Charging – perhaps the most dangerous process on your smartphone. It is worth going something wrong and you can not avoid trouble. The problem can manifest itself in various ways, from premature battery life to overheating internal components of the device or, worse, self-ignition. Of course, the probability of such a result is small, but Apple does not want its users to be exposed to even the smallest risk and therefore came up with the idea of reducing charging at elevated temperatures.
As it turned out, a special mechanism was added to the latest iOS update, which itself stops charging when the battery reaches 80% of its maximum capacity. This happens if the iPhone, iPad or iPod itself has overheated or the ambient temperature has reached too high a value.
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"Your iPhone may get warm during charging. To increase battery life, the software can reduce the charging rate by 80% if it gets too hot. Charging will resume as soon as the temperature drops slightly. To speed it up, try to move the iPhone & # 39; and with the charger into a cooler place, "explains Apple.
Interestingly, the operating temperature range of Apple devices turned out to be quite small: from 0 to 35 degrees Celsius. It follows that charging somewhere on a desk where sunlight is falling, in summer smartphones, tablets and players will periodically switch off electricity, stopping at 80%.
How to reduce battery consumption
Recently Apple has paid a lot of attention to the health of batteries in its devices, trying to maximize battery life. For the same reason, the company added a tool in iOS 13 that limits the charging speed if the device is charged overnight. As a result, the user sees no difference, and the battery does not wear out so quickly.
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