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Checking the health of the iPhone battery is critical as it will help you know if the built-in battery needs to be replaced. Bad battery health means that you have fewer hours of usage between charges on your iPhone. Apple introduced the native tool for checking the battery status of your iPhone with the release of iOS 11.3 in 2018. It is available for all iPhone models from iPhone 6 onwards. You can find the same battery health tool on your iPad too.

In this article, we are going to describe the steps you need to follow to check the health of your iPhone battery.

How to check the health of your iPhone battery

Before you begin the steps you need to follow to check the battery health of your iPhone, it’s important to note that the battery health tool available from Apple usually provides information on two different areas – the maximum battery capacity that your device can run on is available and its peak performance. While maximum battery capacity is a measure of battery capacity relative to when new, peak performance is measured to highlight whether your iPhone’s battery is currently supporting normal peak performance or the power management features are in place to limit peak performance.

  1. Scroll down and tap battery Possibility. You can also search for battery settings directly from the search bar in the settings menu by swiping up.

You will then see the maximum capacity and the maximum performance of your iPhone battery. Apple also displays important battery notifications when the iPhone battery condition is seriously degraded or when a new replacement battery is not checked by the system.


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Jagmeet Singh writes on Consumer Technology for Gadgets 360 from New Delhi. Jagmeet is Senior Reporter for Gadgets 360 and has written extensively on apps, computer security, internet services and telecommunications developments. Jagmeet is available on Twitter at @ JagmeetS13 or by email at jagmeets@ndtv.com. Please send your hints and tips. More

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