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Tips for keeping your iPhone battery healthy

Here are some tips for taking care of your iPhone battery:

Avoid extreme temperatures: Extreme temperatures can harm the battery in your iPhone. Avoid exposing your iPhone to very hot or very cold temperatures, and try to keep it at a moderate temperature when you’re using it.

Avoid overcharging: Overcharging your iPhone can damage the battery and shorten its lifespan. It’s best to charge your phone when the battery is low rather than leaving it plugged in all the time.

Use the right charger: Using a charger that is not compatible with your iPhone can cause damage to the battery. Make sure you use the charger that came with your iPhone or a charger that is specifically designed for it.

Keep the battery healthy: If you’re not using your iPhone for a long period of time, it’s a good idea to store it with a partially charged battery. This will help keep the battery healthy and prevent it from draining completely.

Update your iPhone’s software: Make sure to update your iPhone’s software regularly as Apple often releases updates that include fixes for battery-related issues.

Here at Infinite Loop, we use an app called Coconut Battery to analyse the health of your MacBook, iPad or iPhone’s battery. We recommend replacing the battery when it drops below 80% of its original design capacity.

By following these tips, you can help extend the lifespan of your iPhone’s battery and keep it running smoothly.

If you would like to book your device in to have the battery replaced, please get in touch