The Washington Post is reporting that the lithium-ion batteries that power the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 are nearing their last charge.
The battery in the new iPhones has a life span of about three to four years.
It was built to last at least a decade, according to the batteries maker, but this one will likely be more than three years old.
The battery maker says the iPhone battery will need to be replaced at least every four years, but it’s not clear if that’s an annual or a monthly charge.
According to the company, the iPhone batteries are “extremely reliable” and “are in excellent condition.”
The battery in your phone should last “for years” and are “very safe,” the company said in a statement.
Apple’s iPhone 6 battery will probably be “a little bit older” than the batteries in other smartphones, which will make it more expensive to replace the batteries, according a new report by the Wall Street Journal.
The Journal says Apple has spent $2 billion to replace batteries in the iPhone.
Apple also sells batteries to some third-party manufacturers and resellers, and the company also has a battery-storage subsidiary called the battery storage unit.
The Journal says there’s a $5 billion business for Apple to make battery storage.
The report comes a day after the iPhone maker announced the iPhone 7 will be made in China.