IOS 13 offers various tools to users, allowing them to identify and understand battery related problems.
Let's go see what they are tools to help you figure out if you need to replace your iPhone battery or if the problem is somewhere else (app, charger).
- Battery health
The first thing to check if you find a problem is "Health" of the phone's battery. You can do this by going to Settings and then Battery> Battery health.
If it says "Your battery currently supports normal maximum performance", then you're OK. If not, you may need to do further research and replace the battery.
At this point (Battery Health) you can also see if your iPhone has had a battery outage. If it says: "This iPhone was unexpectedly shut down because the battery could not deliver the required maximum power." This indicates that the battery may be damaged.
- Is your iPhone charging properly?
The iPhone records battery usage and it helps a lot because it gives useful information (charging, normal mode, low power mode). If you go to Settings> Battery, you'll see a graph called "Battery level ”:
At this point you can see what your battery status is and if your iPhone is charging properly. If the graph shows that mobile not charging effectively, try changing charger.
- Does any application consume too much battery?
Underneath the "Battery level" diagram is another one called "Activity".
This graph shows the application usage time in screen (dark blue) and when the screen is off (light blue color).
If there is increased background activity, then the battery problem may be due to some application.
Some applications actually take a long time to operate and this reduces the battery life of the iPhone. One way to determine if the problem is due to it is to disable the ability to run the application in the background. You can do this by following the procedure below: General Settings> Background Application refresh. This will turn it off and will not consume battery power.
- Restore settings
To do this, go to Settings> Generally> Reset and select Restore All Settings. If you also want to delete your applications, select “Restore content and settings ”.
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