How to View Battery Health and Performance in iOS

How to view the health and performance of the battery in iOS 12: Now that the Apple iOS 11.3 update has officially been released, iPhone 6 or newer users have access to new battery management tools to better understand the health, performance and more of the battery.

Battery Health (Beta) is now available to help iPhone users better understand the estimated capacity of their battery. also look at long-term performance – features to help users determine if their device is strangled (or delayed) due to the natural and inevitable degradation of their Li-ion batteries.

The main purpose of performance management is to help users whose devices are working on a downward battery by limiting the processor to save power and energy. 39, avoid random stops.
This setting is disabled by default according to Apple on all iPhone 6, 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 7 and 7 Plus devices that have been upgraded to iOS 11.3.

How to enable and disable the performance restriction

First, you want to make sure that your device has been upgraded to the latest version of iOS 11.3 and later.

  1. Open the settings.
  2. Crane Software update and, if necessary, upgrade the software before proceeding.

After the update or if you are already using iOS 11.3,

  1. Go to settings.
  2. Crane Battery.
  3. Tap Battery Health to start.

"Reading the maximum capacity gives an estimate of the total capacity of the battery", and if a new iPhone (or newer) "has to register a 100% capacity", users need to know that it does not take so long between loads.

The next box in this new menu is "Peak Performance Capability", which can only be changed if the battery management (limitation) setting is enabled due to lowering the battery capacity of much less than 100%.

About performance management

The primary purpose of performance management is to help users whose devices are working on a faulty battery by limiting the processor for the purpose of saving energy and preventing arbitrary shutdowns.

According to Apple, this setting is disabled by default on all iPhone 6, 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, upgraded to iOS 11.3.

Meanwhile, the iPhone 8 and iPhone X devices are running around a more "fine and adaptive" system that offers advanced hardware upgrades over their predecessors, allowing these management tools to be applied. Energy. In other words, this means that the limitation of the performance on the iPhone 8 and iPhone X will be less visible than on devices such as iPhone 7, iPhone SE, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 and their plus size components.

The iPad will not be affected by this performance limitation because they are equipped with Li-ion batteries with a much larger capacity, which need longer to degrade.

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