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With all due respect to @oldturkey03 , @nick and @bobcat1981, I would not categorize this as a scam. Injured Gadgets is one of the most reputable suppliers out there and they, along with MobileSentrix, have recently introduced a new line of batteries. At 3300mAh, this battery claims about 13% more capacity than a standard, Apple-original, which is certainly in the realm of possibility given constant updates in Li-Ion technology.
 
Full Disclosure: I have not tried these new COMBATTXCAP batteries. At the very least, they could be playing around with spec-speak because no one knows how Apple or Injured Gadgets tests their respective batteries. Apple could be conservative and IG a bit optimistic and that’s all it would take. We are not back in the days when unscrupulous suppliers would claim 40-50% increases just because they added a gold sticker.
Full Disclosure: I have not tried these new COMBATTXCAP batteries. At the very least, they could be playing around with spec-speak because no one knows how Apple or Injured Gadgets tests their respective batteries. Apple could be conservative and IG a bit optimistic and that’s all it would take. We are not back in the days when unscrupulous suppliers would claim 40-50% increases just because they added a gold sticker.
 
The only way to know for sure is to actually test them under identical conditions on a constant-power meter setup. I have a constant-current setup ([post|525250])) which I use to test batteries I receive. While not as good for truly replicating a contant-power device like the iPhone, it serves as a very good proxy. In my experience, I have seen battery capacity fluctuate by up to +/-15% of the stated nominal capacity for identical batteries from multiple vendors.
 
But regardless of the result, when a reputable supplier, who has been pushing Chinese suppliers to create and provide better quality replacement parts claims a 13% increase, I wouldn’t call it a scam and it may very well be true.

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With all due respect to @oldturkey03 , @nick and @bobcat1981, I would not categorize this as a scam. Injured Gadgets is one of the most reputable suppliers out there and they, along with MobileSentrix, have recently introduced a new line of batteries. At 3300mAh, this battery claims about 13% more capacity than a standard, Apple-original, which is certainly in the realm of possibility given constant updates in Li-Ion technology.
 
AtFull Disclosure: I have not tried these new COMBATT batteries. At the very least, they could be playing around with spec-speak because no one knows how Apple or InjuredGadgetsInjured Gadgets tests their respective batteries. Apple could be conservative and IG a bit optimistic and that’s all it would take. We are not back in the days when unscrupulous suppliers would claim 40-50% increases just because they added a gold sticker.
AtFull Disclosure: I have not tried these new COMBATT batteries. At the very least, they could be playing around with spec-speak because no one knows how Apple or InjuredGadgetsInjured Gadgets tests their respective batteries. Apple could be conservative and IG a bit optimistic and that’s all it would take. We are not back in the days when unscrupulous suppliers would claim 40-50% increases just because they added a gold sticker.
 
The only way to know for sure is to actually test them under identical conditions on a constant-power meter setup. I have a constant-current setup ([post|525250])) which I use to test batteries I receive. While not as good for truly replicating a contant-power device like the iPhone, it serves as a very good proxy. In my experience, I have seen battery capacity fluctuate by up to +/-15% of the stated nominal capacity for identical batteries from multiple vendors.
 
But regardless of the result, when a reputable supplier, who has been pushing Chinese suppliers to create and provide better quality replacement parts claims a 13% increase, I wouldn’t go as far as callingcall it a scamscam and it may very well be true.
But regardless of the result, when a reputable supplier, who has been pushing Chinese suppliers to create and provide better quality replacement parts claims a 13% increase, I wouldn’t go as far as callingcall it a scamscam and it may very well be true.

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Düzenleyen: Minho ,

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With all due respect to @oldturkey03 , @nick and @bobcat1981, I would not categorize this as a scam. Injured Gadgets is one of the most reputable suppliers out there and they, along with MobileSentrix, have recently introduced a new line of batteries. At 3300mAh, this battery claims about 13% more capacity than a standard, Apple-original, which is certainly in the realm of possibility given constant updates in Li-Ion technology.@nick and @bobcat1981, I would not categorize this as a scam. Injured Gadgets is one of the most reputable suppliers out there and they, along with MobileSentrix, have recently introduced a new line of batteries. At 3300mAh, this battery claims about 13% more capacity than a standard, Apple-original, which is certainly in the realm of possibility given constant updates in Li-Ion technology.
With all due respect to @oldturkey03 , @nick and @bobcat1981, I would not categorize this as a scam. Injured Gadgets is one of the most reputable suppliers out there and they, along with MobileSentrix, have recently introduced a new line of batteries. At 3300mAh, this battery claims about 13% more capacity than a standard, Apple-original, which is certainly in the realm of possibility given constant updates in Li-Ion technology.@nick and @bobcat1981, I would not categorize this as a scam. Injured Gadgets is one of the most reputable suppliers out there and they, along with MobileSentrix, have recently introduced a new line of batteries. At 3300mAh, this battery claims about 13% more capacity than a standard, Apple-original, which is certainly in the realm of possibility given constant updates in Li-Ion technology.
 
At the very least, they could be playing around with spec-speak because no one knows how Apple or InjuredGadgets tests their respective batteries. Apple could be conservative and IG a bit optimistic and that’s all it would take. We are not back in the days when unscrupulous suppliers would claim 40-50% increases just because they added a gold sticker.
 
The only way to know for sure is to actually test them under identical conditions on a constant-power meter setup. I have a constant-current setup ([post|525250])) which I use to test batteries I receive. While not as good for truly replicating a contant-power device like the iPhone, it serves as a very good proxy. In my experience, I have seen battery capacity fluctuate by up to +/-15% of the stated nominal capacity for identical batteries from multiple vendors.
 
But regardless of the result, when a reputable supplier, who has been pushing Chinese suppliers to create and provide better quality replacement parts claims a 13% increase, I wouldn’t go as far as calling it a scam.

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Düzenleyen: Minho ,

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With all due respect to @oldturkey@oldturkey03 , @nick and @bobcat1981, I would not categorize this as a scam. Injured Gadgets is one of the most reputable suppliers out there and they, along with MobileSentrix, have recently introduced a new line of batteries. At 3300mAh, this battery claims about 13% more capacity than a standard, Apple-original, which is certainly in the realm of possibility given constant updates in Li-Ion technology.@nick and @bobcat1981, I would not categorize this as a scam. Injured Gadgets is one of the most reputable suppliers out there and they, along with MobileSentrix, have recently introduced a new line of batteries. At 3300mAh, this battery claims about 13% more capacity than a standard, Apple-original, which is certainly in the realm of possibility given constant updates in Li-Ion technology.
With all due respect to @oldturkey@oldturkey03 , @nick and @bobcat1981, I would not categorize this as a scam. Injured Gadgets is one of the most reputable suppliers out there and they, along with MobileSentrix, have recently introduced a new line of batteries. At 3300mAh, this battery claims about 13% more capacity than a standard, Apple-original, which is certainly in the realm of possibility given constant updates in Li-Ion technology.@nick and @bobcat1981, I would not categorize this as a scam. Injured Gadgets is one of the most reputable suppliers out there and they, along with MobileSentrix, have recently introduced a new line of batteries. At 3300mAh, this battery claims about 13% more capacity than a standard, Apple-original, which is certainly in the realm of possibility given constant updates in Li-Ion technology.
 
At the very least, they could be playing around with spec-speak because no one knows how Apple or InjuredGadgets tests their respective batteries. Apple could be conservative and IG a bit optimistic and that’s all it would take. We are not back in the days when unscrupulous suppliers would claim 40-50% increases just because they added a gold sticker.
 
The only way to know for sure is to actually test them under identical conditions on a constant-power meter setup. I have a constant-current setup (https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/525250/Correct+Battery+Operating+Voltage+(Leak[post|525250])) which I use to test batteries I receive. While not as good for truly replicating a contant-power device like the iPhone, it serves as a very good proxy. In my experience, I have seen battery capacity fluctuate by up to +/-15% of the stated nominal capacity for identical batteries from multiple vendors.
The only way to know for sure is to actually test them under identical conditions on a constant-power meter setup. I have a constant-current setup (https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/525250/Correct+Battery+Operating+Voltage+(Leak[post|525250])) which I use to test batteries I receive. While not as good for truly replicating a contant-power device like the iPhone, it serves as a very good proxy. In my experience, I have seen battery capacity fluctuate by up to +/-15% of the stated nominal capacity for identical batteries from multiple vendors.
 
But regardless of the result, when a reputable supplier, who has been pushing Chinese suppliers to create and provide better quality replacement parts claims a 13% increase, I wouldn’t go as far as calling it a scam.

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Düzenleyen: Minho ,

Metin:

With all due respect to @oldturkey, @nick and @bobcat1981, I would not categorize this as a scam. Injured Gadgets is one of the most reputable suppliers out there and they, along with MobileSentrix, have recently introduced a new line of batteries. At 3300mAh, this battery claims about 13% more capacity than a standard, Apple-original, which is certainly in the realm of possibility given constant updates in Li-Ion technology.
 
At the very least, they could be playing around with spec-speak because no one knows how Apple or InjuredGadgets tests their respective batteries. Apple could be conservative and IG a bit optimistic and that’s all it would take. We are not back in the days when unscrupulous suppliers would claim 40-50% increases just because they added a gold sticker.
 
The only way to know for sure is to actually test them under identical conditions on a constant-power meter setup. I have a constant-current setup (https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/525250/Correct+Battery+Operating+Voltage+(Leak)) which I use to test batteries I receive. While not as good for truly replicating a contant-power device like the iPhone, it serves as a very good proxy. In my experience, I have seen battery capacity fluctuate by up to +/-15% of the stated nominal capacity for identical batteries from multiple vendors.
The only way to know for sure is to actually test them under identical conditions on a constant-power meter setup. I have a constant-current setup (https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/525250/Correct+Battery+Operating+Voltage+(Leak)) which I use to test batteries I receive. While not as good for truly replicating a contant-power device like the iPhone, it serves as a very good proxy. In my experience, I have seen battery capacity fluctuate by up to +/-15% of the stated nominal capacity for identical batteries from multiple vendors.
 
But regardless of the result, when a reputable supplier, who has been pushing Chinese suppliers to create and provide better quality replacement parts claims a 13% increase, I wouldn’t go as far as calling it a scam.

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Minho ,

Metin:

With all due respect to @oldturkey, @nick and @bobcat1981, I would not categorize this as a scam. Injured Gadgets is one of the most reputable suppliers out there and they, along with MobileSentrix, have recently introduced a new line of batteries. At 3300mAh, this battery claims about 13% more capacity than a standard, Apple-original, which is certainly in the realm of possibility given constant updates in Li-Ion technology.

At the very least, they could be playing around with spec-speak because no one knows how Apple or InjuredGadgets tests their respective batteries. Apple could be conservative and IG a bit optimistic and that’s all it would take. We are not back in the days when unscrupulous suppliers would claim 40-50% increases just because they added a gold sticker.

The only way to know for sure is to actually test them under identical conditions on a constant-power meter setup.  I have a constant-current setup which I use to test batteries I receive. While not as good for truly replicating a contant-power device like the iPhone, it serves as a very good proxy. In my experience, I have seen battery capacity fluctuate by up to +/-15% of the stated nominal capacity for identical batteries from multiple vendors.

But regardless of the result, when a reputable supplier, who has been pushing Chinese suppliers to create and provide better quality replacement parts claims a 13% increase, I wouldn’t go as far as calling it a scam.

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