can iphone xr share battery
- Hi guys i need help am long term Android user currently i ow
- iPhone 11 Pro Max battery health after one year use what is
- So. Last night I was checking my notifications before bed. A
- iPhone 11pro battery % , exactly after 2 years .. how about
- Iphone 13 pro battery health decreased in just 2 months Any
Hi guys i need help am long term Android user currently i ow
Hi guys i need help am long term Android user currently i own pixel 2xl am planning to buy iphone x, xs or xr battery life is important for me i am a heavy user i play game and mostly browsing insta fb Netflix which one should i buy between these 3 anyone who switched from Android can share their experience am bit confused all the healp and tips will be appreciated
Take opinion only from people who had used the devices rather than from people who throw random opinions looking at the specs.
Xr is a wonderful device. If you value battery life a lot and have the budget as well then opt for Xs Max else get a Xr.
Why I suggest Xr
latest and best processor, just as in iPhone Xs and Xs Max. This will ensure one more year of updates.
One of the best iPhone camera. Primary sensor as good as iPhone Xs and Xs Max. Doesn't have optical zoom but if it's someone like me who hardly ever uses either optical zoom or portrait pics then it doesn't make much difference.
Best battery life
On the flip side the only major drawback is the screen resolution and larger bezel and that too as a spec on paper. Get one in hand, use it and you will soon forget about the spec and start loving the screen.
My perception about users who claim Xr is crap are someone who never owned one, dies for specs on paper and are crazy about the bling factor to showoff premium materials. But then, it's my personal opinion.
I switched from the Pixel 2 to the X. Battery life is better on the X, by quite a bit. I miss a lot of android features but it was worth the switch.
how is your experience i mean does ios makes a difference in smoothness or bug and what's the best thing you likes in ios
it’s a lot more fluid/smoother. More refined, but lacks a lot of freedom and features. The screen is brilliant, atleast compared to the Pixel 2. Phone feels and looks a lot more premium too. Camera sucks in comparison though.
XR has the best battery life of any iPhone and I can personally attest to that. I’ve had iPhone since the release of the 4s and I have the XR now, this thing is a beast...
iPhone 11 Pro Max battery health after one year use what is
iPhone 11 Pro Max battery health after one year use what is your ? Kindly mention your iPhone model and share the battery health and duration .
means if you do not want to use your iPhone then you should keep it in 50% to preserve the battery health .
Just upgraded from my XR after 2 years with 91% health remaining on it .
Now I’m running the 12 pro max with full health. (Obviously; it’s only a month old lmao!)
kindly do not use other charger use only official charge which comes with iPhone and do not use the iPhone while it is charging . Make sure
hey ,I just bought an iphone 12 pro max and I would like to know after 1.5 year and still is 100%.Thanks in advance.
So. Last night I was checking my notifications before bed. A
So. Last night I was checking my notifications before bed. As I was doing this, my phone powers off which is has never done before. When it powers on I check the battery health It’s at 99%. It has been at 100 for a long time but now 99. It is an iPhone XR I got it in December 2019 so it’s about 10 months old is this normal?￼ I don’t charge overnight. Don’t let it go down below 20-30. It hasn’t died but 2 times since I have had it. I use 12 W iPad block. Is it the iOS 14 update? I’m very concerned. Don’t know why this happened always had a very good battery.
Don’t worry, your iPhone’s battery is doing well. 1% after 10 month is a good sign your battery still in good shape.
If you are worrying about when the battery will die, you’re doing it wrong. All batteries have limited lifespans and must eventually be replaced. The minute they leave the factory, they start degrading. Due to fluctuations in the mass production manufacturing process and differences in usage including environmental factors and usage patterns, some batteries age faster than others. Worrying about it changes nothing. Stop babysitting your battery. Just use and enjoy your iPhone. When the battery needs to be replaced, you’ll know it. When that time comes, for best results you should have it replaced with an authentic Apple battery by an Apple-authorized technician.
That’s what I was thinking
Not sure. It doesn’t make too much of a difference just drains a little fast but I know for sure that’s the update bc it didn’t do it on iOS 13.7
They asked if losing 1% battery was normal after 10 months
I replied that it can’t last forever
If you can’t understand that perhaps it’s you that needs help with your reading comprehension?
The author has even agreed with me and then 10 Hours later you turn up with your crappy comment ... I bet it’s fun with you around
Thanks but you can take your pearls of wisdom somewhere else
because battery health is a gimmick. It’s the most inaccurate feature of IOS. And there are probably 15 posts a day about it. It’s worthless.
You’re worried that it went down 1% after 10 months?
It should have been 5% or more by now so no idea why you’re worried about that.
Apple say it should retain 80% after 2 years or 500 charge cycles.
he didn’t know how much it’d go down in any certain amount of time. So he was reaching out to see. No need for your snarky ass comment.
regardless of not knowing how much it is expected to go down, does anyone think it will stay at 100% for a year?
Come on that’s ridiculous.
Batteries by their nature degrade over time.
My xr got download by 1% in first two months only and in the next two months it got down by another 1% and now after almost a year it is at 97%
Bought in October 2019
I’ve had the exact same thing happen to me over the last couple days, my phone turns of at around 15% and then starts up again and then dies. I have an iPhone XR too I don’t know what it is tho
Omg my phoned JUST turned off again. It says nothing about an unexpected shutdown though in settings
I respect your opinion but the system I think contacts the battery and the battery gives feedback to the software of the health of the battery and how much capacity is has.
At least once a month you need to just let it fully die and leave it if for about 2 minuets then turn on and it will keep life for longer
iPhone 11pro battery % , exactly after 2 years .. how about
iPhone 11pro battery % , exactly after 2 years .. how about urs ?
Still at 100% with my 12 Pro after 12 months. It really depends on how you charge your phone. Apple has this feature called "Optimized Battery Charging" however I tend to wake up several times in the middle of the night for no reason and every time I'll pick up my phone. As a result, the phone is confused and doesn't know when to stop charging/when to charge the last 20%, as my "pickups" happen practically every hour of the day if you look over a long enough period of time.
My advice: Don't charge overnight (again, I'm familiar with Optimized Battery Charging but in my case, it doesn't do much to help) the phone charges quickly enough that you should be able to get almost a full charge if you charge when you wake up. Stop charging at 80% unless you're hiking or whatever and need every last bit of power (personally, I would rather bring a battery pack and charge on the go). I also very rarely allow my phone to go below 20%, something I read at one point, but I'm not sure if this is just a myth or an old thing from previous technologies or if it's really important.
it isn’t for “over charging “ which is bad but rather how long it spends being fully charged. It takes a lot for your phone to recharge for that last 20% that’s why Apple’s optimized battery charging waits until right before you wake up to charge the last 20%, so your phone doesn’t spend too long in that state
u wont let ur phone at the charger all day , that optimzed battery charging is useless never turned it on in my life and the last 20% take alot of time to charge but also gave u alot of using time
Try next time to charge your battery at 40% until 92% and your battery wont age that quickly + use original Apple charger and not wireless .
Battery charging rule due to long service life. charge up to 80-85%, discharge up to 35-40%.
My iPhone 3 yer, battery life 92%.
My se2 is almost a year old and tbh i dont care about the battery health. I use my phone as i like and if the battery is starting to get issues ill be replacing.
The latest one doesent drain battery that much gaming is no problem too but I recommend you use 14.8 if you have 85% battery health left standby until good 14.8 is better I use iOS 15.0.1 cuz of 100% battery
I've had my Xr for over 3 years and the battery health is 97%. I think this is a very inaccurate number and we should all just ignore it and base any decision to replace on performance and battery life after a day of use.
I had an iphone 7 plus and used it almost daily and my battery health was 87% what's going on with new iphones and their shitty batteries
This is why you don't always leave your phone plugged in. Also stop charging when you don't need to.
my 6s is mostly 100% 95% of the time and my new battery has been 100% for a year and a half so far it’s mostly when you drop below 20% then charge it batteries like to be charged they are made to be decharged and charged that doesn’t mean they like to be fully anyway
Iphone 13 pro battery health decreased in just 2 months Any
Iphone 13 pro battery health decreased in just 2 months
Anyone facing the same problem with the pro’s
(No games were played such as pub g or COD mobile)
turn off the phone, keep it in the box and in your drawer. that will keep the battery health up and high for a long time.
That's a lot, my iPhone 12 is a year old and still 100% using the Apple 20w charger. The key is not to charge above 80% and not let it go below 30 or 40%, charging too high or letting it go too low puts a lot of strain on lithium batteries. A number of short charges throughout the day is better than one long charge
BATTERY HEALTH IS NOT ALWAYS GOING TO STAY AT 100%, IT IS NOT A PROBLEM IT GOES DOWN, IT IS JUST NATURAL…
Geez, all this obsession with battery health, how did it even start…
How exactly is this an issue though. Stop overthinking it and simply use your phone. People psych themselves out with that number and in day to day usage you would never notice it
Oh and batteries wear out with use and every person uses their iPhone differently no matter what. Charging and usage patterns are different no matter what so it’s hard say.
It having gone down 1% in two months is not a problem.
Yup! iOS 15 has been hurting the battery on so many iPhones out there. This is not normal. I have an iPhone XR on iOS 12.4 and the battery life is on 100%!! Had the phone for almost three years!
I got the iPhone 12 Pro Max on iOS 15 and the battery life is on 82%!!
My iPhone 12 Pro Max is only 8 months old. So for those that are saying “It’s normal” get your head out of your asś! This isn’t normal. iOS 15 is a battery killer.
You will need to replace the battery once it drops below 80%. Chemical elements in the battery do degrade over time. All I can say is that you shouldn’t get it overheated and always charge once it drops below 50 percents. But it can only slow the degradation. As I’ve stated earlier, you will need to replace it in a couple of years or so. My previous iPhone stayed 100 percent for most of the year, then it quickly deteriorated to 93. Still it was good as new, no worries there. I would just scrub that functionality and give a warning once it’s time to replace the bat.
This percentage is an estimate that Apple makes. A possible prediction. That, of course, means nothing at all. Just keep in mind that you have to replace a battery once every 2 to 3 years. New batteries are not that expensive. Luckely, you can easily replace the battery of your iPhone yourself.......
Just don’t drain the battery less than 60%.
Once it comes down to 60 % recharge it to 90 or even 100 % depending on how your usage estimate is
That's pretty normal. My 11 Pro got to 98% on the second month and stayed there for almost a year after that.
Each and every battery is unique. Manufacturers usually give the capacity with a tolerance (±3%, for example). This just means that yours was from the below average group.
I got my 13PM 3 days after release, my average screen time is 13 hours, I’m disabled and can’t work, and I get bored. My battery health is still at 100%.
I remember my 12 pro max got 99% battery health after 5 months but this 13 pro max I have observed that the battery keeps draining even though it is in standby mode.
Mine is on 82 and it’s an iPhone 12 Pro Max and not even a year old. I’m trading this phone in for the S21 Ultra 5G.
yes. I’ve been with them for over ten years. I never once had a battery issue like this on any of my old devices. I don’t trust Apple anymore. I’m leaving.
Battery percent drop is upto charge cycle apple logarithm have designed on that pattern for example it have drop count equivalent to charge cycle
So with iPhones (I don't have one but considering one) I keep reading that if the battery health drops below 80% then it's time to replace the battery?
Why can't the battery go down to let's say 40%?
It’s not a “problem”. It’s what happens with batteries. I’ve had my 12 Pro for 7 months and it’s at 93%. Very normal.
They shouldn’t start decreasing until at least 6 months later if you have your iPhone cool & don’t let it drop between 30% to 40% battery power and when its reach 30% battery power. Put the iPhone on charge turn off your iPhone while charging & leave it charging over night which reach 100% battery power, but don’t use the iPhone while it is charging because it’s can cause the battery to degrade if you not using while charging plug is in it’s not normally recommended until it’s fully charged at least 80% & not below 80% which can have effect to degrade faster if don’t disconnect it below 80%, but it’s will be 100% in the morning as it’s safer when fully charged overnight while you’ll in bed.
Every battery is different and within tolerances … everyone uses their phone different… you’ve lost 1% in 2 months … it’s fine and completely normal it just means you’ve been using your phone which you paid a lot of money for
I noticed that upgrading to new IOS updates was decreasing my iPhone maximum battery capacity. I stopped upgrading and my percentage is still at 93% since 6 months.
yes my iphone 12 is still on iOS 6 now. i stopped updating the firmware so the battery health will never drop.
You buy car and after a few years your battery can't use and need to buy a new one tonreplace your battery ..did you ask the same thing to car salesman why i need to change my battery ?
I don’t know,but how I safe my battery health on my iPhone
I usually start charging my iPhone from 20 or 25% to 100%.
I charge my iPhone only from power bank. Because my power bank when my iPhone reaches 100% my power bank automatically turn off and the charging stop.
That’s good because my battery is not still longer on 100%
And I don’t worry if I sleep in the night and put my phone to charge all night because my iPhone stop when the battery reaches 100%
I use only original cables and adapters.
iPhone 13 come without adapter make sure that you are buying original adapter.
Throw it away, no good…. No you imbeciles. It’s called using your battery. I’ve had XR for 2 years I’m at 92% and was at 97% after 3 months
Yes same problem Bhai my battery health is low 98 percent in only 3 months whithout use my iphone 12 what i can do to maintain 100 percent battery health