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Starting with the iPhone 6 and iOS version 11.3, Apple added a feature called “Battery Health” to assist you to know when your iPhone batteries need to be serviced or replaced. For iPhone users who have been using the device for a long time, battery health features may be valuable, but for people who are new to the iPhone and unfamiliar with Apple, battery health may seem to be an error.

Settings > Battery > Battery Health

Over time, the iPhone’s battery life has become standard. It’s not an error. This is why Apple has provided these functions. Battery health may or may not be normal, depending on the user.

As soon as you start buying a new iPhone, the battery health percentage is 100 percent full. Once you’ve used it and the battery percentage falls below 80%, it’s time to get that iPhone battery serviced. That is exactly what Apple stated. In that situation, you’ll require an iPhone battery replacement service.

How to Calculate iPhone Battery Health?

Allow me to explain how Apple’s iPhone battery health is calculated. Apple stated that when the iPhone Battery Service calculates the battery cycle count on the iPhone battery and completes the 500th cycle count, it will display this information (battery health capacity reaches 80 percent). Your iPhone has been charged over 600 times in that situation.

The iPhone is set to cycle count 0.5 when it has a 50% battery and is completely charged. Only when 50 percent + 50 percent charged does Cycle Count 1 come to an end. This is also known as the discharge depth. When the iPhone battery is fully charged and recharged, Depth 1 is fully charged. In other words, every time you replenish the battery, its capacity decreases. Battery Full Charge Cycles (25) will have a 1% reduction in capacity. As a result, when the Depth of Discharge is achieved 500 times, the battery capacity is lowered by 20% and the battery health capacity is reduced to 80%.

This is how the iPhone’s battery capacity is calculated. When the complete charge cycle is completed 500 times, the battery capacity is just 80 percent. This is a common occurrence with iPhones. It could also differ from one unit to the next, depending on the temperature, weather, model, current location, and how it is used.

So continue to charge it 30 times a month. Reduce the battery life capacity by 1% when the full charge cycle is completed. As a result, after two to three years of battery life, a new iPhone will require a battery replacement service. (Note: It may differ from one unit to the next based on temperature, weather, model, present location, and how it is used.)

Similarly, if you spend most of your day on the phone or have a lot of screen time, you should charge your phone at least twice a day. Reduce the battery’s health capacity by roughly 2%, about 60 times a month. If you use your iPhone frequently and are a gamer, you may require a battery replacement after 18 months.

There are going to be some. When you buy and use an iPhone on the same day as a friend, the battery capacity is 100 percent. Your friend’s battery capacity is 100 percent after two or three months, but your phone is probably 90 percent to 95 percent. Battery health capacity, as far as I’m aware, varies from iPhone to iPhone. This is primarily due to variations in usage, weather, temperature, and charging. (Please note that this discrepancy is not due to an error.)

While charging, some people use/play games on their phones. This will help to reduce the battery’s health even further. You might also charge your phone using any unofficial charger that you find, not just the ones that came with your phone. These factors also hasten the depletion of the battery’s capacity. Last but not least, frequently drop the phone’s power to less than 20%. One of the variables that can quickly and easily degrade battery health is running out of power.

For those who are unfamiliar with the iPhone, this may be a bit of a stretch. When it’s hot outside / the room isn’t too hot inside, but the phone is aware of the temperature. If your iPhone’s battery security is compromised, you may not be able to charge it beyond 80%. Some individuals believe this is a mistake. Apple has actually adjusted its batteries to avoid them from degrading as soon as previously claimed. Because of the battery optimized features. When it cools down, you can recharge it on a regular basis.

Settings > Battery > Battery Health > Optimized Battery Charging

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