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There is some real justification for using Apple’s battery p
There is some real justification for using Apple’s battery pack.
1. Portable battery to supplement the iPhones battery with no cables needed. I like that.
2. It’s MagSafe! It sticks right on the back and it actually hangs on very well.
3. The Apple battery uses Apples smart tech to properly charge the iPhone. It won’t charge to the point where heat will start to hurt the iPhones battery or the Apple battery pack. Others cannot do that.
4. With Apples battery pack it will work with Apples baked in widgets. I like that.
5. And, a person gets the cool MagSafe animation when attached to the iPhone. I like that.
6. The Apple battery pack is much more efficient at supplying power to the iPhone over any 3rd party battery on the market. That’s because Apples software is baked into the battery pack.
It’s not about the mAh alone. People are not realizing that Apple’s battery pack is doubling the voltage push to 7.5 volts of power. If a person calculates that, they will see Apple’s battery pack more evenly matches the 3rd party batteries than they think.
I actually like it a lot. It performs better than expected but I suspect that is because of the misunderstood specs.
The 1460mAh is a bit misleading because it is actually more than that.
If you calculate the 7.6 volts it has with the 11.13 watt hours, that makes the 1460mAh jump to over 2200mAh of charging a product.
YouTubers had to go back and correct their video because that info wasn’t available when they made their first review videos.
But, overall, I really do like it and it really does perform better than expected and what others initially thought.
Heat will be produced with any wireless charging, no software can stop that as it's the physical nature of wireless charging or any charging. Apple doesn't advertise that it prevents heat
That isn’t what was said.
1. Correct! Wireless charging will produce heat no matter what.
2. However, Apple’s software can regulate the Apple battery pack on duration and voltage of charging to regulate certain temperatures.
3. 3rd party wireless battery packs cannot do this because they do not have access to the iOS software.
4. Apple’s battery pack will know if it is running itself or the iPhone too hot and then throttle its charging back to help not kill the battery.
5. Apple’s battery pack is more efficient this way because it can use iOS 14.7 software to help it charge more efficiently.
but third party battery packs do this too. The iPhone has built in charging control that tells the charger to slow down if it's getting too hot or reaches a certain percentage. That tech has existed for years, not just with Apple charging products. It's built into the phone itself. The advantage of magsafe is it perfectly aligns the charger to the Qi coils in the iPhone which can reduce temperatures and make it more efficient
Not to the point of efficiency that Apples own software can do.
Apple battery pack has access to the iPhone itself whereas 3rd parties cannot do that. MagSafe is much more efficient at charging the iPhone than 3rd parties.
Apple chose efficiency over speed and size of battery and that is why the Apple’s battery pack is what it is.
Also, MagSafe is more than just magnets. That is only part of the tech and in most cases 3rd parties fall down with weaker magnets as well to save money in manufacturing. We already see this.
But, the bottom line is that Apple’s battery pack is going to be the most efficient at charging it’s own phone because of the hardware customized to their software that no 3rd party has access to.
I think that’s only when the case is being charged. Or at least that how they make it seem with the product description
I disagree. Maybe your iPhone Pro Max is running low. 40-50 percent is better than 0 percent with no usable iPhone. I think there is a use case across all 12 model iPhones.
, well, I have iPhone 12 mini and if I’m good with it it can last the day, but Pro Max have huge battery and last much longer than mini, which means you won’t need that often external battery, and 40% charge will be enough to get through the rest of the day. So I think that Apple think smart and rationally!
I get that. But, that is not to say you won’t be caught out with a low battery or a dead battery and this supplemental power source will come in handy when not able to charge with an AC adapter.
My Pro Max lasts the entire day without issues.
I am taking about the capacity of charging.
On Mini ot fits best and looks good, but on Pro Max….looks bad
, don’t you get it?!? This is not a full power solution, this is an emergency backup power! Small, efficient, useful in those moments when you need just one or two more hours to get home, without cables, without bulky and heavy packs, without needing to press any buttons…
It is meant as a supplement of power to the iPhone and not a charger. It is two different things. However, Yes, the battery is pretty good in both models but that doesn’t mean you wont get caught out with a low or dead battery and this is a nice thing to have when you are in a situation where AC charging isn’t an option.
11 Pro max has no MagSafe to attach itself to the back. But, it will charge the iPhone wirelessly. Yes. Just no MagSafe support.
Yeah, if a person doesn’t have an iPhone 12, I would definitely say a no go on purchasing the Apple battery pack
If your iPhone is wireless charging capable, yes. You just have to remember anything before the iPhone 12 lineup won’t have MagSafe support.
That’s not exactly accurate. Using the Apple battery pack uses Apples software to charge and is much more efficient than 3rd party brands. Apples battery pack can regulate how the temperature between the iPhone and the Apple battery pack may be affected by the heat and adjust the charging so it wont kill that battery as fast. 3rd parties cannot do that at all. There is more to it than a person thinks because the Apple Battery Pack can use Apples baked in tech whereas 3rd parties cannot. So, yes, there is advantages to the Apple Battery Pack.
Guys, should I get my iPhone's battery replaced? I have to c
Guys, should I get my iPhone's battery replaced? I have to charge the phone like 3-4 times a day for 2-3 hours each (and it dies in 1.5 hours of usage of just social media apps).
my iPhone model is 6S Plus, will getting the battery changed, have any effect on the phone? any precautions?
I hear from people that the value of the phone goes down if we get it opened for battery replacement, is it true?
Not necessarily. A certified Apple repairperson always cleans up the insides and reapplies the water resistance seal after opening an iPhone. Also, more battery health means its resale value is increased.
I would get a whole new phone because then you won’t have that problem and it will cost you more to get a new battery than it will for you to get a new phone
Get it changed. Yes the value will decrease if it is opened, but it would still sell for more with a new battery. Just make sure to have it replaced at a place that has a good reputation, or use an apple service provider
A minha bateria tinha 79% tenho um iPhone 8...tinha de o carregar 2x ao dia.
Eu mudei de bateria por 25€ á 2semanas...agora passa de 24h.
O teu apesar das atualizações ainda vale gastar o valor.
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How works the “Optimized Battery Charging” option? I always
How works the “Optimized Battery Charging” option? I always charge my IPhone in weekdays from 12 to 6 am but it stops at 83%
Why this happen and how I can change it?
Optimized battery charging learns from your usage and charging patterns at known locations such as home or work. For it to work, you need have location services turned on as well.
To not cause damage to the battery due to overcharging, it trickle charges your phone once it reaches 80% and goes up to 100% faster only when it has learned that you will be unplugging the phone and will use it.
If you want to charge it all the way upto 100%, disable the option to let it charge up to a 100%.
Leave "Optimized Battery Charging" ON & leave it alone!! - iOS learns from your charging habits & will have your phone at 100% as
has mentioned, by the time you need it.
For eg; You're going out tonight, so U charge your phone outside your "normal time", it will charge & stop at 80% because it "knows" you won't need more than that to get you thru the night ... When U get home U charge as normal & your phone will be at 100% when you take it off the charger at your "normal time"!!
That optimized charging doesn’t work for me. I work rotating 12 hour night shifts. Work 3 days one wee and 4 the next. I don’t have a set schedule. The most it has charged since the iOS update is about 85%. Before that, it would charge to 100%. I can turn it off but it still won’t go above 90% then starts dropping back to 80%. Battery health is at 100%.
Hello. So my iPhone 11 battery health is at 86%. And yes I k
Hello. So my iPhone 11 battery health is at 86%. And yes I know that it’s normal and not a big deal, blah blah blah…. But I’m asking at what point should I replace the battery? 85? 80? 75? Thanks in advance.
Actually you don’t have to do it, it’s still your battery runs normal. Apple batteries are made well to last longer so don’t panic about it. You may worry if your phone did shutdowns or draining too fast unusual this may need for battery replacement
No don’t replace it yet yes as you said “Should I replace battery?” well hold it until the battery is not normal, but for now it looks good
If it becomes unreliable, which basically means when you notice stability issues.. battery drain, inaccurate battery readings and such. My 6S at 86% B-health drained in an hour from a full charge. Ontop of that, the battery health is an indicator and not very accurate. When it’s time to replace, you’ll notice.
Get one if you’re tired of charging multiple times in a day. Its by far a better indicator than what the number tells you.
or if your battery swell (you have to change it if that happens)
probably you can replace the battery at that moment when it's already bulged enough, and ready to blast
I have the iPhone SE 2020 the second generation but I have 97% of maximum comparatively and I just got this phone three months ago and the reason being I got this phone I had an iPhone 7 Plus and I finally went out on me so I didn’t upgrade on my phone so I haven’t got an iPhone SE the 2020 and I really like this phone a lot I’ve never had issues with the phone runs fast
It’s your choice. You can change it anytime at 95% or 50%. Depends on how much it bothers with charging in every 5 hrs or less depending on your usage pattern. I had my iPhone 7plus at 67% and was still using it
I had an SE 2020 at 92% battery health, and it just died at 30%. Got it replaced about a week ago and going strong at the moment
I’d have to agree with this because I had a 6 and 7 with almost the same battery capacity and it died quickly
Hey buddy I too had 11 86% and not enough battery I felt and then I exchanged with 11 pro max 87% battery capacity and I can use whole day by fast charging 1hour…