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These five charging habits are killing your iPhone Battery

iPhone Charging Habits
These five charging habits are killing your iPhone Battery
Major complaint about the iPhone is regarding the battery. When you ask any iPhone user they will say the similar stuffs. So if you are one of them and have the similar complaints, then this article will be helpful for you. Today we are going to talk about the five charging habits, which might be the reason leading to your drained iPhone battery.

Charging to 100%

If you are also one of many, whose palms start swatting after they see 90% battery level on their device and leading you to plug your device to charge it again. Then one recommendation I have for you is just calm down. Maintaining a full charge is not the most efficient way to keep your phone battery strong.

Expert suggests that you should let your phone battery be in the range of 30% to 80%, this is the best suitable percentage and device run efficiently in that range. So ladies and gentleman’s, think twice before you connect your phone to charger just to maintain the 100% mark.

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Do let you iPhone Battery die

If “Low Battery” is the message which pops-up quite often on your device, then it’s a warning sign for your iPhone Battery. Letting the battery get discharged at lower level (below 30%) is also not good.

But it’s recommended to calibrate your battery once in two months time. Steps for calibrating the iPhone battery are below:

Step 1: First and foremost, you will need to run your device’s battery down to zero. And by that, we mean that your device runs completely out of juice and powers down on its own.

Step 2: Next, you’ll need to charge your device’s battery all the way up to the 100% mark; the holy grail.

Step 3: Once you’ve reached the magic 100, leave your device on charge for another hour before unplugging it.

Step 4: Use your device as normal, letting it drain down to zero. Ensure you do not charge at any time, or you’ll break the spell.

Step 5: As with steps 2 and 3, you’ll need to charge up to 100% again, and leave it charging for a further hour once it’s full.

Step 6: That’s it – your device’s battery is now calibrated.

These steps are time consuming, but believe us it help you to increase the power capacity of your iPhone battery.

Overheating of your device (iPhone)

I know overheating of device is not related to charging, but it’s very important even though. You must have notice that the device when overheated starts behaving unusual, it’s because iPhone Battery hates high temperature. As per Apple's recommendation “comfort zone” for iPhones (as well as iPads, iPods, and Apple Watches) is between 32 and 95 degrees. Bottom line: your phone is basically a needy little computer baby that needs to be bundled up and cooled off on the regular.

So, from the next time onwards when you go out to enjoy, try to make sure your iPhone enjoys in the cool place to avoid overheating.

Remove your fancy cover before charging

Yes you read it correct, if your device heats up more while plugged to charging, then it might be because of your fancy back cover. It’s recommended that in such scenario you should charge your phone by removing the back cover.

Overheating of device is not good for the battery as explained in the previous point. Avoiding overheating of device will help you to increase the battery life of the device.

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Don’t use Duplicate charger.

Original charger provided by Apple with your device has got the capabilities to disconnect the charging of device once reached 100% but other cheap duplicate charging cables available in the market are not.

So we would recommend the usage of your original charger for charging the device. If you have lost that by any chance go buy a original one before you charge your phone next time.


These are some of the tips which can help you to increase the capabilities of you iPhone battery. Hope this post must be helpful for you to increase the battery life of your phone.   

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