People believe in all sorts of rules for what you should do with your device in regards to battery life. Real rules do exist, but there are multiple rumored ones that are myth. You should ignore those and I’ll explain them here so that you can begin to separate the fact from fiction. Batteries have become easier to manage over the years and some beliefs on their care are simply outdated.
Maximize the Battery of Your iPhone
The battery provides power to every component of the device to keep it up and running. For iPhone, it’s being powered by a lithium-ion battery. One of the best things about this is that it has no memory effect. Memory effect basically means that you don’t have to completely discharge the battery before recharging it back. Of course, sooner or later this battery will die, but it will take hundreds of charge cycles first before it completely bid its goodbye. For iPhone batteries, it can still retain 80% of its original capacity after 500 charge cycles. Now what does charge cycle means? Read on to find out more.
Extend the Battery Life on iPhone 5
Most of the time, you’d try the conservative approach to saving power that reduces your phone from ‘sexy, feature-filled iPhone’ to ‘plain old simple Nokia handset’ that you’d use for just texts and calls. But here at Setuix – features are what count, so we’ve come up with the following tips and tricks that will save battery on your iPhone without…
The Future of Wi-Fi Charging: What Does It Hold for Us?
Tech companies and others have been searching for a feasible solution to the inevitable problem their
device has encountered in charging. Consumers point out that they are losing chargers, the cords are never long enough, and they take too long to charge the device in question. Let us not forget the bittersweet announcement of the new Lightning Connector that debuted…