Avoid Running Out of Battery
Modern lithium-ion batteries have a number of cycles before they start aging or completely die. Needless to say, the more circles your battery has left, the healthier it is overall.
Many of us agree that running out of battery on your iPhone will damage your battery in the long run because it reduces the number of cycles your battery has left. It’s recommended that you start charging your iPhone once the battery is at 30% or 20%. The more you let your battery drain, the more it will have long term effects on its health.
Of course, it’s easier said than done. Your battery won’t instantly age if you let that happen once or twice, but you shouldn’t make it a routine.
If you’ve let your iPhone run out of battery, you can check the overall battery health by going to Settings > Battery > Battery & Changing and checking the Maximum Capacity. The lower the percentage, the worse your battery capacity, and you should consider changing batteries.
Happy iPhone, Happy Life
We don’t think about it that much, but the battery is one of the most important parts of any electronic device.
Keep these tips in mind next time you charge your iPhone, and consider talking to Apple support if your battery’s in bad shape already.