iPhone models have a “battery health” feature that allows you to clearly understand that battery capacity will be depleted over time, as well as tools for optimizing battery health and slowing down the aging process. Although this can be a fair indication of your battery life, you can also assess the health of your iPhone battery by checking the iPhone’s charge cycle count-look carefully at the log. The battery cycle count is essentially the number of times the battery is completely depleted and fully charged again.

Only when the iPhone is completely depleted of 100% of its battery power will it complete a cycle count. Therefore, even if you charge your iPhone in the middle of a depleted battery, it will only complete a cycle when the iPhone is completely depleted of its power.

How to check iPhone battery charge cycle count

Like all batteries [iPhone](Https://gadgets.Advertisement Shout.com/tags/iphone) Batteries are also consumable components, and their capacity will deplete over time. If the battery power is too weak, users may notice reduced battery life and iPhone performance degradation.according to [Apple](Https://gadgets.Advertisement Shout.com/apple), after running for 500 full charges under normal conditions, ordinary batteries can retain 80% of their original capacity. To check if you have reached this milestone, users can follow the steps mentioned below. The battery log can only be accessed when the user has enabled the sharing analysis function. To check whether analysis sharing is enabled, you can check it from here-Privacy> Analysis and Information.

  1. On your iPhone, go to Set app>privacy>analysis and improvement.

  2. Click on analyze data View the log file list in alphabetical order. Scroll down to the last file that starts with “log-aggregated”.

  3. Select this file and copy everything in it. You can also share it on any application you like, but keep in mind that these log files contain a lot of content.

  4. Paste the contents of the entire log file into the Notes application pre-installed on all iPhones.

  5. Click the action icon in the upper right corner and select “Find Instructions”

  6. search for ‘BatteryCycleCount‘, the number displayed after this word is the number of charging cycles of your iPhone.

This week, we will watch all TV shows on Orbital, Advertisement Shout podcasts while discussing 8K, screen size, QLED and mini-LED panels, and provide some buying advice. Orbital can be used on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music and wherever you get podcasts.

For the latest technical news and reviews, please follow Advertisement Shout on the following website Twitter, Facebook and Google News. For the latest videos on gadgets and technologies, please subscribe to our YouTube channel.

See also  What is the next step after Amazon's Jeff Bezos steps down as CEO? Check out his Instagram

Tasneem Akolawala is a senior reporter for Advertisement Shout. Her reporting expertise includes smartphones, wearables, apps, social media and the entire technology industry. She went out to report in Mumbai and also wrote about the ups and downs of the Indian telecommunications industry. You can contact Tasneem on Twitter via @MuteRiot, and you can send clues, tips and releases to tasneema@Advertisement Shout.com.more

Bitcoin price drops by 8% as cryptocurrencies have suffered heavy monthly declines

Apple said it plans to redesign AirPods in 2021, and the second-generation AirPods Pro in 2022

Related stories