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6 charging habit you should adopt get maximum out of your iPhone and iPad battery

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6 charging habit you should adopt get maximum out of your iPhone and iPad battery
Battery life issue has existed for long on iPhone or iPad. There is more than one reason to blame if your device battery goes berserk. An ill-fated software update, an annoying bug, power-sucking features or killer apps could turn out to be the main villain.





Today in this article, we are bringing you some of the charging habits which will help you get the maximum out of your iPhone & iPad battery.

Always charge your phone with its own charger

Always charge your phone with its own charger. Unlike laptops, smartphones use a universal charging interface ­ the micro USB port. However, if the charger you use does not match the original, it will affect battery performance, capacity to store charge and overall life (if done repeatedly). Always ensure that the replacement charger's output voltage (V) and current (Ampere) rating matches the original adapter or is approved by the phone's manufacturer.





Avoid cheap chargers from unknown manufacturers

Avoid cheap chargers from unknown manufacturers. They do not include any safety mechanisms to protect against fluctuation and over charging. Adapter failure could permanently damage the battery and phone.

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Try removing the phone's protective case while charging





It is recommended that you remove the phone's protective case while charging. It is natural for the battery to become slightly warm, but the case may act as a barrier and slow down heat dissipation. If possible, flip the phone over and place it on a soft cloth to protect the display.

Never leave your phone charging through the night

Do not leave your phone charging through the night. Overcharging is detrimental to battery health.

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8 / 11Try charging your smartphone's battery upto at least 80%





Whenever you charge, ensure that your battery reaches at least 80% charge. It is not necessary that it should always be topped up to the maximum.

Avoid constantly recharging 

Allow the battery to discharge to around 20% before you plug it in. Constant and unnecessary recharges shorten the lifespan of the battery. On the flip side, avoid allowing the battery to lose all power.


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