How to remove the battery from a new iPhone 6s without a phone charger

I’ve been using my new iPhone for a few days now and it has been an incredible experience.

There’s nothing like it out there and I’m a huge fan.

I’m really glad I found this post because I think there’s something to be said for the battery being an essential part of a smartphone.

It’s not a luxury accessory but it’s a big part of making the phone the best it can be.

So if you have an iPhone 6S or iPhone 6, or if you just want to know how to remove it, read on.

You don’t have to do a whole lot, and you don’t even need to get a battery.

You can just get the battery off with a screwdriver.

Here’s how.

Step 1: Plug in your phone, or, if you want, the phone charger, into the USB port.

If you plug in your iPhone into a USB port, it will ask if you need a power cable.

Plug it in.

It will be a little slow because the USB cable is attached to the charger.

Step 2: Once you have the iPhone charging, you can simply unscrew the battery.

I know that’s a little awkward, but it works for me.

This is what it looks like on the iPhone 6 screen: Step 3: You can then remove the iPhone battery, which is located at the bottom of the phone’s casing.

It doesn’t need to be removed completely, but just unscrew a little bit and you can take it out.

It also helps to remove some of the plastic from the back of the device so you can slide the battery out.

You won’t be able to replace the battery with anything, so it will just be a bit of a hassle to remove.

Step 4: You’re done.

The battery is gone, but you can still connect your iPhone to your PC.

If your computer has a USB 3.0 port, you will need to plug it into the port on the backside of the battery, like this: Step 5: You will need a USB-C to Lightning cable.

It should come with a USB to Lightning adapter that plugs into the bottom, right-side of your Lightning port.

I don’t know about you, but I use the USB-A to USB-B cable on my Mac, so I bought the one for the iPhone.

I can see the difference, especially when it comes to the iPhone’s ability to connect to my computer.

If there is a way to plug in an adapter that does this, I’d love to know about it.

Step 6: Once the adapter is connected to the USB side of your computer, you’ll need to remove your battery, but this is pretty easy.

Just remove the back cover, which can be a real pain to do if you’re not familiar with how to do this.

You’ll also need to unscrew some screws at the back side of the iPhone and pull the battery apart.

Step 7: Remove the battery again.

It isn’t very long, but there’s not much of it.

You should be able now to plug the battery into your computer.