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    How to know the battery's health condition
    HI~guys~!
    Am new here..i have used my iphone for only 2weeks..
    there are so many battery dosaging softwares in iphone.but it is based on using from 100% to it..and u know there is certain loss after the battery used for a long time..so any can tell me how can i know the real iphone battery's health condition?thx and actually i want to know its lifetime because it is a troublesome to replace it.

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    Just search on the App store. Your phone should last you 400+ charges and the capacity drops to 80% battery health. It's more than enough for you to last for three years, maybe more. But it also depends on your usage of the phone.

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    Post This may be helpful
    For battery life, this post was helpful to me: https://theappfactor.com/how-to-impr...ce-old-iphone/

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    A warm welcome, sydmacuser.

    Your post is much appreciated, but you are posting to a thread that is 8 years old.

    Moreover, iDevices now have battery health indicators built in with the latest version of iOS 11.

    Ian
    Ian

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    Quote Originally Posted by IWT View Post
    A warm welcome, sydmacuser.

    Your post is much appreciated, but you are posting to a thread that is 8 years old.

    Moreover, iDevices now have battery health indicators built in with the latest version of iOS 11.

    Ian
    Sorry, didn't see the date.

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    Your post is much appreciated, but you are posting to a thread that is 8 years old.

    Moreover, iDevices now have battery health indicators built in with the latest version of iOS 11.

    Ian

    Hmmm…??? I wonder just how many of those 2010 era iPhones may still be in use???

    They would have been the iPhone 3 models back then I guess.


    EDIT:
    A websearch quickly reveals, almost one year ago…
    Celebrating 10 Years of iPhones: 63% of all iPhones Ever Sold Are Still in Use – 728 million
    https://newzoo.com/insights/articles...-still-in-use/

    WOW!!! That's amazing.




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    Last edited by pm-r; 05-12-2018 at 06:08 PM.

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    Dont feel bad sydmacuser, I have neglected to read the date and posted to years old threads myself. Easy to do. Hope to hear from you again soon.
    I used to be conceited but now I'm perfect.

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    Thank you. Seems like a very friendly forum. Thank you again.

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