Posts Tagged ‘iPhone Battery’

With the release of iOS 13 Apple introduced a new feature that is said to help make iPhone batteries last longer. It’s called Optimized Battery Charging and sees to it that iPhones only charge to 100% when the system believes that the phone will be taken off charge soon.

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iOS 13.3 battery life drain, how has it been for you compared to iOS 13.2.3 on an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device?

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Apple could add larger batteries to 2020 iPhone models thanks to an improved circuit design according to a new report. Here is everything you need to know.

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Is your iPhone or iPad affected by iOS 13.2.2 battery life drain many facing after the update? Whenever Apple releases a new version of iOS there will always be some people who have problems.

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Wondering what iOS 13.1.3 battery life drain is like compared to iOS 13.1.2? Check out this video for a detailed comparison between the two.

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Here’s iOS 13.1.2 battery life drain and speed Vs iOS 13.1.1 comparison for iPhone and iPad users on video.

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Here’s a battery life comparison of the iPhone 11 Pro Max vs the Galaxy Note 10 vs the brand new Huawei Mate 30 Pro.

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The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro / Pro Max use a new hybrid performance / power management system as the battery ages. Here are the details.

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Apple’s newly announced iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max are slightly larger, and heavier, than the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max that came before them.

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Here’s a video comparison of iOS 12.4.1 battery life drain versus iOS 12.4 on the iPhone. Check to see if the results reflect your experience.

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In a statement, Apple has defended its move to disable iPhone battery health checks after 3rd-party repairs. Here are the details on this.

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iPhones with third-party battery repairs can now no longer check battery health on the latest firmwares such as iOS 12 and iOS 13. Here’s what you need to know about this.

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