The battery of apple devices has always been a drawback in the big name. The major setback of these devices is that the battery gets worse over time. The users have accepted it as a part of their lives. However, there are certain facts about the iphone battery that helps you know your device better and also make the most efficient use of it.
- Battery life is different from the battery lifespan – When apple mentions the battery life of a device, it is saying about the period for which a device can function without having to charge it again. While the lifespan of the battery is the number (of years) for which the battery is supposed to function under normal circumstances. An iPhone generally has a battery life of 10 to 11 hours (and not on the screen hours) after being charged to 100%.
- The batteries are a lithium-ion model (stage two) – lithium-ion batteries are the most efficient battery available in the market today. Though the iPhone uses the good quality of batteries, it is because of the great on and off the screen functions and the good kind screen quality that makes the battery drain faster.
- Batteries age with every charge cycle – The reason for the battery getting worse over time is the tendency of lithium-ion batteries to age every time the user connects it to the charger. Eventually, with heavy usage, the chemical composition of the battery js destroyed.
- Battery impedance causes ageing – So if you’re wondering why the batteries get worse over the years, it is because the resistance gets collected over the part that supplies the electric charge to the mobile device. Also, there are certain vital chemicals other than the resistance.
There is nothing that can improve the battery life unexpectedly good, but yes, certainly you can adopt certain habits to make your battery life more efficient.