The market share of the iPhone has been quite impressive. Anyone who is using an iPhone must also know that the “battery health” can be seen on the phone. If the battery is too worn out, replace the battery. Otherwise, there will be a dilemma of insufficient battery life and shutting down at once. Recently, some netizens asked in the Facebook community, how much does the battery wear out before it needs to be replaced?
How often should the iPhone battery be replaced? Experts revealed that the “health level” is less than the battery and the battery will die quickly. A netizen posted on the Facebook community that his iPhone 11 has been used for one year and eight months, and the battery health remains at 80%.
As soon as the post came out, netizens left messages to share the usage status “I have 75% left on 11 in two years…”, “7+ has used 4 years of health remaining 78%, and it is obvious that it is easy to burn the machine after running to replace the battery in the auxiliary factory. The power consumption also feels a bit fast, and I regret the whole thing”, “The i8 is currently 85%, and it can last for a while.”
Judging from the comments of netizens, most of the people have used it for a year before the battery health began to decline significantly. Apple’s official website battery health replacement guide also points out that after an iPhone battery is charged 500 to 800 times, the battery life may drop to 80%. As long as it is close to or below 80%, you will find that the iPhone has abnormal power consumption, and the battery should be replaced at this time.
In addition, Apple’s official website also detailed that there are 4 tips to “maximize” battery life and life:
- Update the software to the latest version: Software updates also improve energy-saving technologies.
- Avoid extreme ambient temperature: 16°C ~ 22°C is the ideal temperature range, avoid exposing the device to an environment above 35°C, otherwise it may cause permanent damage to the battery.
- Remove some sheaths before charging: charging in the protective sheath may cause the device to overheat and affect the battery’s capacity.
- When storing for a long time, the battery should have half the charge. If you plan to store the unit for more than six months, it is best to keep it at 50% charge. A full charge may shorten battery life, and a full discharge may render it impossible to recharge later.