Tips to Get the Most Out of Your iPhone, iPad, and MacBook Battery

iPad Repair Jakarta - Batteries are one of the components that wear out the most in smartphones. So it is important to take care to maximize its lifespan and thus avoid having to replace it during the first 2 years of use.

Battery wear is not only caused by the use we do. But also during the charging process and other elements such as ambient temperature and heat stored in the gadget.

Apple says on its website that the first recommendation for users of its products is to always install the latest version of the operating system on the device. This can be a double-edged sword as the latest macOS and watchOS updates bring battery issues, so our recommendation is that you don't install until a few weeks after their release. But beyond operating system updates that can improve battery management and temperature, the most important care is in your hands.

Don't Use Poor Quality Charger

Apple always recommends using original chargers for all its devices. But with an iPhone 12 without a charger, you may need to buy it sooner or later. The reality is that you don't need to use an Apple charger to battery your iPhone or iPad to be safe, but you do need to buy a good quality charger.

The only thing you should check is that the charger offers the charging power your device needs, which in the case of the iPhone 12 is 20W. If the power goes higher, nothing happens, in any case, the charger will only supply the power that your device supports.

Be Careful with Your Case

We stress once again that heat is one of your battery's worst enemies. So it is recommended, if you use a case that concentrates heat on the battery during charging or doesn't let the heat dissipate quickly when you use it to play or record videos. Then consider removing the case when you use your device intensely, or while you're charging it.

Apple mentions that the battery works well in a temperature range of 16 to 22 degrees Celsius. However, at temperatures above 35 degrees, the battery is permanently damaged, so you may start to notice that it has less autonomy than usual.

Therefore, it is not recommended to charge the phone in places where the sun can hit your device directly and cause the temperature to rise significantly. Apple can limit charging above 80% when a high temperature is detected, but that doesn't mean that there isn't a risk to your battery.

Power Between 20 and 80%

Various studies and experts suggest that we always try to maintain a power percentage that ranges from a minimum of 20% to a maximum of 80%. That doesn't mean that you should always refer to this power percentage, but it can delay wear and tear in the medium term.

Information shared by ASUS reveals that a smartphone with 500 charge cycles that always stops at 100% loses 15% of its battery capacity after this number of cycles, while stopping charging at 80% loses only 7% of its capacity with the same number of cycles. Apple doesn't have the same data as ASUS, but since we have lithium-ion batteries in both devices, the results may be similar.

We all know, that any technology will not last forever. In other words, various electronic objects can be damaged even if we take good care of them. And when your Apple product is damaged, you can take it to our service experts at Dr Gadget iPad repair Jakarta.

Dr. Gadget presents the best service in the world of repair or service of Apple products, be it iPhone, iPad or Macbook iMac. This Jakarta iPad repair place can repair your gadgets right in front of your eyes. Have repair experts who are very reliable and can diagnose damage to your gadget accurately.

Dr Gadget will also provide a warranty of up to 30 days to 90 days after the repair is carried out. No less interesting than they are very experts on IC and Motherboard problems, you also get a money back guarantee if your device can't be repaired. How, don't hesitate anymore, contact us now to get your favorite device you can use again. Or you can also go directly to the Dr Gadget service center closest to your location.



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