Tech Report: Some iPhone 6s batteries cause devices to randomly shut down even when they’re not dead

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SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — An iPhone model is causing users problems, and Apple has announced it is taking action to help those people.

There are some iPhone 6s’s that have bad batteries and are causing the phones to randomly shut down even when there is still juice left.

Now, the phones are able to power up right away and be used like normal.

But nothing can be more annoying than your phone suddenly shutting off for no reason.

So, if this has been plaguing you, KRON’s Gabe Slate explains how to get it fixed.

Watch the above video to see Gabe’s full report.

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