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    How to check your Apple iPhone's battery health?


    Apple's iPhone stores valuable information about the health of its battery: logged inside your phone is information about the battery cycle counts, or put simply, how many times you have charged your phone to 100%.

    Keep in mind, that Apple counts 1 battery cycle as a full 100% recharge run: you can charge up your phone 25% and then 75%, and combined together these two charges will count for 1 100% cycle.

    This is important information: different Apple devices use different batteries, and they do not last forever. Here are the battery counts that different Apple products are designed for:
    • iPhone is designed to retain 80% charge until 500 cycles
    • Apple Watch is designed to retain 80% charge until 1,000 cycles
    • iPad is designed to retain 80% charge until 1,000 cycles
    • iPod is designed to retain 80% charge until 400 cycles
    • MacBook is designed to retain 80% charge until 1,000 cycles

    So if you own an older Apple device, you definitely want to know how many counts your battery is on.

    You will need extra software, because Apple does not allow iOS apps to report battery cycle counts, so you will need to connect your iPhone to a computer - running Mac or Windows - to find out.

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    1. Go to www.icopybot.com, and select the Download tab
    2. Connect your iPhone to your computer via a USB cable
    3. Next, click on the More Information tab
    4. In the pop up that appears you will see the battery cycle count
    5. We also did the same thing to check the battery cycle count on the iPhone

    Steps will be similar to Mac users.
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    @MusicX

    How do you know what ranges are good? And what are the ranges for every level of battery health?

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    Quote Originally Posted by confucius View Post
    @MusicX

    How do you know what ranges are good? And what are the ranges for every level of battery health?
    Updated my post.
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    @MusicX,This thread is quite educative.Phone battery health seems more important to me.It's frustrating having a battery is on constant drain. Wonder why "Apple does not allow iOS apps to report battery cycle counts".Looks like they aren't confident on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Invitemagnate View Post
    @MusicX,This thread is quite educative.Phone battery health seems more important to me.It's frustrating having a battery is on constant drain. Wonder why "Apple does not allow iOS apps to report battery cycle counts".Looks like they aren't confident on that.
    Apple iOS was always closed for users. They just don't want to share details, it's easier for them to hide flaws this way.


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