One of the biggest setbacks of having an iPhone is battery life. No matter what you do, how often you charge it, it always drains faster than you want it to, and the drain rate has been proven to speed up as your iPhone gets older.
Apple has estimated that an iPhone will lose 20% of its capacity after 400 full charge and discharge cycles, which is approximately two years of normal use with your device.
So to help you really grasp what that means let's go a little deeper. If you were to completely drain your iPhone battery every single day (which is a lot of use since Apple estimates that the iPhone can last for up to 8 hours of talk time per charge) it would take about 13 months before your battery would only be able to hold about 80% of its charge.
The iPhone battery page on Apple's website goes into more detail about the rated life span of your specific device and also contains a few additional tips to help you prevent battery damage and we also have a special tip to help prolong your battery life, check out the video to see how.
Here's a great tip to help prolong your battery life and keep it healthy.
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