On Friday, we reported that we had been informed of issues with the newest version of iOS (4.3.3), the¬†iPhone 3GS, and our replacement batteries. We had a similar instance of incompatibility this time last summer, but fortunately, this time around the issue is not much of an issue at all. After extensive experimentation and research, we have concluded that the Milliamp iPhone 3GS replacement batteries are perfectly compatible with iOS 4.3.3, so if we alarmed you with our blog on Friday, I’d like to apologize on behalf of the entire company.
What’s perplexing is that we confirmed the “error 29″ issue a customer reported to us, but when we tested our batteries again today, there was no problem at all. I feel so strongly that our batteries are compatible because of the number of times I was successful in installing 4.3.3 on an iPhone 3GS with our battery inside. I currently have one of our batteries installed in my 3GS and running 4.3.3 so I can field test the performance and look for any issues that may crop us as a result of our battery. I’ll post any significant findings here.
So, if you have any questions, comments,¬†or concerns, please feel free to call us, email us, facebook us, tweet us,¬†or even leave a comment on this blog and we will get back to you post-haste.
If you’re interested in replacing your iPhone 3GS battery, take a look here (we offer a DIY kit/intructions, too!).