In the same way that many of us do not pay a visit to the doctors until we feel sick, many iPhone users ignore the condition of their batteries until something goes wrong, such as the device crashing or an unusually short lifespan of a few hours.
Apple is hoping to counter this by providing users with new insight into the health of a battery with its newly released iOS 11.3.
If you have an iPhone, you will have an iPhone 6 model or newer and decide to upgrade, you will be able to check “Battery Health” by going to Settings> Battery.
relative to its optimal capacity of 100%.
But chances are used in the smartphone.
While some users 'battery may be in bad shape after just 18 months, 19659001] According to Apple, after 500 complete charging cycles – the battery is charged full of empty capacity.
With the iPhone battery health check-up, you can see if your iPhone battery needs servicing or even replacing.
At the end of 2017, after suspicion and criticism from the tech community, reducing the performance of devices with older batteries.
The iOS 11.3 update is part of Apple's attempt to compensate for the inconvenience of power issues by empowering users with information on the inner workings of the iPhone's battery. – dpa