What to do when your iPhone 5s or iPhone 6s has been stuck for an hour or more

If you’re one of those people who keeps your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus stuck in a locked room or in a closet for an extended period of time, you may have seen some weird stuff floating around the internet.

And for some people, it’s been causing problems with their devices.

Some of these weird devices look like magnets, and some have been causing serious problems.

For some people who use these devices, the problem is that their batteries are dead, and their devices are stuck in an endless loop of charging, recharging, and discharging.

It all seems like a bit of a joke, but it can actually cause serious issues.

The problem has been causing more than a dozen iPhone 5 or iPhone 5c customers to experience battery issues.

And in some cases, the phones themselves have been caught in the process.

“It seems like every time the phone is charging up, it goes into a cycle of charging up and then charging down,” a customer told CNN.

The phone’s battery will then drain for about half an hour, then re-charge itself.

“We are going to need a new charger, which is what we have in our house,” another customer told Fox News.

Apple’s solution for these problems is to put a new battery in the device.

Apple said that it has installed a new, securestrap-type charger on several iPhone 5 devices, and that it will soon be offering the new charger on all of its new iPhone models.

But if you have been using the devices for an extremely long time, or are just curious what’s happening with your iPhone, you might want to get an extra look.

Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

We’ve contacted Apple for comment, but have not heard back.