This means that you will get more time to use from a single charge and the difference is great. One way to improve battery health is to avoid charging at 100% or charging for a long time.
This is constantly happening especially for those who charge the phone overnight. No one would be like to wake up at 2 o’clock in the morning to get rid of the phone from charging. So with iOS 13 coming, Apple will add an option called “Optimized Battery Charging.” This option should slow down the “aging” of the battery by reducing the time it is fully charged.
Essentially, the iPhone will learn about the charging mode and manage the process properly. Let’s say you charge the phone all night and remove it at 7am. Apple’s artificial intelligence will learn this practice and then schedule the scheduling properly. This will charge the battery at 80% overnight and leave 20% for the morning just before awakening from sleep.
If you wake up at 4 in the morning you will find the phone unloaded completely. But overall, it would improve the health and longevity of the battery.
Replacing an iPhone battery costs about 79 euros. The bad news is that iOS 13 will not debut until September, at least in a stable official version. However you can get beta versions but may have problems with your use. Just subscribe to the Apple Beta page with your Apple ID and immediately update will appear on your phone.