When to Replace Your iPhone’s Battery?
Sooner or later, you may need to have your batteries replaced.
But how can you know when it’s time to get a new set of batteries for your iPhone? Well, here are the two ways that can help you determine that.
You are likely to experience unexpected iPhone shutdowns when the battery dynamics such as age and state-of-charge drop down to a considerable level.
Under extreme circumstances, you may experience even more frequent shutdowns which can not only get frustrating but can also make the device pretty much useless for you.
If this happens, you should have your battery replaced so that you can use your iPhone normally.
Battery Health Degradation Message
You can get deeper insights into your battery’s current health and performance by visiting the settings of your device. Simply follow Settings > Battery > Battery Health to check performance variables such as battery maximum capacity, peak performance capability and so on.
In case the battery health has been degraded down to a significant level, a warning message signaling its bad health will be displayed which is an indication that your iPhone battery needs replacement.
Bottom line is that the iPhone battery has a shelf life but that certainly does not mean that your device is worthless and you should invest in a new cell phone.
You can simply opt for battery replacement to enjoy the same performance as that promised by Apple.