In order to keep the iPhone battery durable and not quickly “aged”, there are a number of tricks to do. This time we will discuss it. Meanwhile, you can also check out the iphone screen repair if your iPhone’s touch screen is no longer in a perfect condition.
1. Use the original charger cable
Never use a non-original charger cable (not an Apple output) when you want to charge your iPhone battery. It is known to shorten the life of your battery.
2. Charge iPhone before the percentage of battery 20 percent
Do not charge your iPhone battery below 20 percent. It would be nice if you always charge the iPhone battery, when the percentage shows the number 21-28 percent. That’s the right time for you to charge your iPhone battery.
If you charge your iPhone under 20 percent (or even charge it when the battery condition is 5 percent down), it’s okay. However this (again) will affect the battery life of your iPhone.
3. Unplug the charger when the battery is full 100 percent
You may unplug your iPhone charger when it shows 100 percent and the lightning logo (logo indicates charging status) is completely lost.
If the battery is 100 percent, but the lightning logo still exists and you unplug the cable, the iPhone battery will drop quickly.