New battery health feature for the iPhone 15!
People who are worried about the condition of their iPhone battery aim to control every aspect of their device usage in order to extend its usable time by a few minutes. Apple has included a new toggle; however, it is generally advised to just let the battery power management system handle things.
Meanwhile, according to newly confirmed information received by MacRumors, the whole iPhone 15 series now has a new battery health setting. Users may now choose between 80 percent and 100 percent battery power. This isn’t your standard Optimized Battery Charging setting, which pauses charging when the iPhone hits 80 percent and then begins charging to 100 percent just before the user wakes up. Rather, the iPhone will never charge more than 80 percent.
Charging a battery is quite efficient and consistent, ranging from 0 percent to 80 percent; however, the last 20 percent typically requires more energy and creates more heat. As a result, some users purposefully keep their battery float between 40 percent and 80 percent at all times in order to preserve battery health.
Conscious users no longer need to stress themselves by thinking about the health of their iPhone battery and can just set it to 80 percent automatically. However, it is still preferable to keep to optimum battery charging.
There is little to be gained by preventing an iPhone from charging over 80 percent. Instead, the user will suffer from not being able to utilize the full capacity of the battery while only preserving a few more weeks of battery health.
Users should instead continue to use their devices with completely automated settings and charge them only when required. Physics is unstoppable, and all batteries will need to be changed at some point.