Check your iPhone settings NOW – you may have to pay money

BATTERY issues can mean paying for your iPhone for a replacement—or worse—for an upgrade.

Unfortunately, the battery loses power over time.

Battery aging is inevitable


Battery aging is inevitableCredit: Alamy

To save yourself a nasty shock, there is a way to check the health of your battery on iPhone.

This means you can get a rough idea of ​​how well you are doing.

Check iPhone battery health

All you have to do is open the settings on your phone and find battery.

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Choose from there battery condition.

Here you can see a maximum capacity percentage that indicates the health of your phone’s battery.

If it’s at 100 percent, good news, yours is still in dandy shape.

If it’s lower, it means it’s starting to get worse.

Thankfully, Apple has gotten better at making longer-lasting batteries over the years.

iPhones use lithium-ion technology, which allows the device to charge faster, last longer, and absorb more energy.

While aging is inevitable, Apple has a number of tips to help maximize battery life.

First of all, you should always have the latest software update installed as this offers the best opportunities to optimize energy consumption.

Heat can damage the battery, so avoid leaving it in the sun – and also remove the cases when charging.

And if you’re storing a discarded iPhone long-term, Apple recommends making sure it’s half-charged first.

iPhone batteries are getting better every year


iPhone batteries are getting better every yearPhoto credit: Getty
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