1. mws_1984's Avatar
    Last winter after having my phone for almost a 2 years I ran into battery issues in the cold weather. Going from full charge to dead in very short periods of time.
    Today I go to work with phone at 90% and shut it off. I left it in my lunch box wrapped up in a bandana and inside a winter hat lol. Try to keep some of the cold off it. I go to put it on at my break time. It was dead completely, wouldn't even go on.
    I have been keeping it on low power mode alot anyways since I had the battery changed early this year.

    Is there anything else I can do? It seems very strange. I left work and had it plugged into car for maybe 10 minutes then it comes on and its at 42%. I know they dont operate well in cold temperatures but this is pretty annoying.
    Looks like I'll be making another appointment to get battery changed unless I find a better solution.
    11-28-2017 06:45 PM
  2. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    In your specific situation, what was the actual temperature when you discovered that your battery had been depleted?
    11-28-2017 08:01 PM
  3. TripleOne's Avatar
    I would recommend bringing it to an Apple Store and get it checked out.
    11-28-2017 09:09 PM
  4. mws_1984's Avatar
    It left my car and sat in my lunch box inside a bandana and hat, trying to keep the cold off it. But the outside temperature was mid 20s. It is below the recommended operating temperatures but I find it odd that I had the phone off and it still depleted it.
    I have an app that tells battery usage and it is telling me I should thinka bout getting a new battery. I'll be making an appointment for sure.
    11-29-2017 04:31 PM

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