Here’s how to find out if your iPhone needs a new battery (and it’s really easy)

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Here’s how to find out if your iPhone needs a new battery (and it’s really easy)

If you’ve recently bought a new iPhone, you’re probably not thinking about replacing the battery just yet. But if your device is already two years or older, you may have to believe it. How do you know if the battery needs to be replaced? Our colleagues from WANT know the trick.

Also with the iPhone there comes a time when the device no longer delivers the performance as when you bought it. This is partly because the battery is no longer so powerful over time to keep your processor running at full speed. That is why it is smart to replace your battery in time.

Replace iPhone battery? That way you know if it is necessary

On your iPhone you can see how the battery is doing. Open the Settings and go to Battery. At Battery condition and charging you will see the maximum capacity of your battery. This starts when you buy the device at 100 percent, but ends the longer you have the device.

If your iPhone battery’s maximum capacity drops below 80 percent, it’s probably time to replace your battery. In practice, you notice this especially if you regularly suffer from apps that crash or if you notice other performance reductions.

Can I delay replacing my battery?

Prevention is always better than cure, but it’s actually impossible to keep your battery at its maximum capacity of 100 percent forever. A battery does wear out. So in the end it is still necessary to replace the battery of your iPhone or buy a new device.

Contrary to what many people think, it certainly does not hurt to leave your device on the charger overnight. Your iPhone is a lot smarter than it used to be and has all sorts of security mechanisms to make sure it can’t be ‘overcharged’.

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