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  1. #31
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    I tried again...downloaded coconut battery again from link in this forum. plugged in my phone. it asked it access iTunes. I thought that this may be part of the process. clicked yes.
    then opened coconut battery...and I could see my stats on iPhone.

    battery on iPhone is 72%....
    battery health is 95%.....
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    Okay, now you're cooking. So as mentioned mine is at 84% and still fine but 95% should last you for a year or so more at least. Like me you may have to resort to a portable power pack. They are small and very powerful these days
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    Quote Originally Posted by lori5060 View Post
    I tried again...downloaded coconut battery again from link in this forum. plugged in my phone. it asked it access iTunes. I thought that this may be part of the process. clicked yes.
    then opened coconut battery...and I could see my stats on iPhone.

    battery on iPhone is 72%....
    battery health is 95%.....
    Hi Lori - congrats on getting Coconut Battery to finally work; still not sure why you had so much difficulty. As already stated by Rod, your battery is in good shape - two important measurements shown are the 'Battery Health' which is 94.6% (i.e. percentage of 1855/1960) and 'Cycles' which is 168 (these are COMPLETE discharges/recharges whether done at once or in increments) - Apple usually states that their iDevice batteries should maintain 80% or so health after 500 cycles; SO, for the moment your battery is fine. Dave
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    @Lori:

    You really do not need Coconut Battery to tell you the status of your iPhone battery. The built in battery health indicator in iOS is just as accurate. You can compare them to see if there is any differences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chscag View Post
    @Lori:

    You really do not need Coconut Battery to tell you the status of your iPhone battery. The built in battery health indicator in iOS is just as accurate. You can compare them to see if there is any differences.
    As per my prior post, well we’ll just have to agree to disagree on this.

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    @lori

    Well done. Truly.

    A trivial point: the latest version of iOS for your iPhone is 13.2.3 Probably worth updating it. Won't take long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IWT View Post
    @lori

    Well done. Truly.

    A trivial point: the latest version of iOS for your iPhone is 13.2.3 Probably worth updating it. Won't take long.

    Ian

    And maybe the last fix all the previous iOS Version 13.x goof-ups version for a while at least.


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    I already have the latest version. am seeing the % on coconut battery pretty close to what I see when I check battery health on iPhone...so guess I'm okay for some time yet.
    thnx for all the info.

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    I already have the latest version.
    I do apologise, lori. I was looking at your attached image in post #31. It showed your iOS as version 13.1.3. Presumably you have updated it since that post to 13.2.3.

    No offence intended.

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    Ian
    no problem and definitely no offence taken.

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