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Apple iPhone 11 Battery Replacements

Lithium-ion batteries, like the ones found in the iPhone 11, degrade over time, meaning your phone will need recharging more often. To get your phone back to its former quality, you'll need to use high-quality parts that ensure your mobile phone will last another two or three years before it needs to be replaced.

Battery health can degrade for a number of reasons and you may find that you're not ready to purchase a new phone just yet. Battery replacement is a cheaper alternative that extends the life of your phone and can be done at home or by an experienced professional.

Repair Outlet offers aftermarket replacement parts that are tested to the same standard as Apple parts with a 12-month warranty for added peace of mind.

Can't find the part you're looking for? Fill out our part request form and we will source the part for you

Your iPhone 11 battery replacement options

  1. The iPhone 11 battery is fairly straightforward to replace at home and Repair Outlet has tool kits that provide you with almost everything you'll need to complete the refurbishment yourself. Simply add the iPhone battery and tool kit to your basket and start your repairs.
  2. If you don't feel confident completing the repairs yourself, we operate a send-in service from our repair shop where we will repair, test and return your mobile phone with a new battery so you don't have to do any of the work.

How Our Send-In Service Works:

  1. Select your chosen iPhone 11 battery replacement and add the Send-In Fitting Service to your basket
  2. We will contact you to arrange collection
  3. Securely package your device
  4. DPD will arrange the collection of your device and ship it to us next day
  5. Our professional technicians will fit your new battery and test it before returning it to you
  6. We will then ship the device back to you same-day

For all parts, our mobile phone repair process typically takes around 3-4 working days from order.


How much does a new iPhone 11 battery cost?

Our iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro batteries come in a range of prices according to our quality assessments, which you can learn about on each of our product pages. Choosing not to use Apple's repair service can save you a great deal of money and improve the performance of your phone even after several years of use. We also offer a repair service for an additional £70 which can be added to your basket when you order.

Is it worth replacing the iPhone 11 battery?

The iPhone 11 was released in 2019 so if your battery health has greatly degraded since then, it may not feel like a good enough reason to completely replace your device. Battery repairs save you a lot of money in comparison with a new iPhone and save your old device from becoming e-waste. The phone battery replacement process isn't too difficult even with little phone repair experience, so it's definitely worth considering before you throw your phone away.

When should I get a battery replacement?

The general lifespan of a phone battery is about two or three years, so it may be worth replacing your battery after this length of time. However, power issues may be a result of overuse, heavily draining apps and even new iOS versions which use more processing power than the version released at the same time as your device.

If you find that your battery isn't lasting you all day for any of these reasons, you might want to consider a battery replacement.

Are your replacement batteries genuine Apple iPhone parts?

Our iPhone parts are high-quality aftermarket products, meaning they aren't manufactured by Apple. We use the parts that we stock online in repairs carried out at our shop so you can trust that you are receiving products that have been extensively tested to a high standard. All our products come with a 12-month warranty for your security.

If you choose to get an iPhone repair outside of an Apple store, you will lose your Apple warranty. However, this can be a more cost-effective method so it's important to weigh up your options. 

How do I maintain my iPhone 11 battery health?

To extend your battery life and avoid future power issues, you can regularly monitor the health of your battery by going to settings > battery > battery health. You should also avoid completely depleting the battery, close your apps when they're not being used and regularly monitor apps that use unnecessary power.