Some users might complain about the wasteful use of an Apple cellphone battery after a long time. Now, Apple is trying to embed a new battery saving feature on iOS 13. Not only that, fast battery charging will also be equipped on this latest operating system iPhone has.
Reported from the ZDnet page, Sunday (06/16/2019) it took approximately 18 months to make the iPhone 8 Plus battery run out quickly. Apple is aware of the wasteful problem of this battery, and is building a new feature into iOS 13 that will try to reduce some of the damage done by regular charging to the lithium package.
This new feature is called optimized battery charging, and it looks like this will be turned on as a standard device.
“The new option helps slow down the rate of battery aging by reducing the time your iPhone spends to be fully charged. The iPhone uses machines on devices that are learning to understand your daily charging routine so you can wait to finish charging more than 80 percent until you need to use it,” Apple claims.
iOS 13 Innovative Battery’s Concept
The concept is that the operating system will charge the battery quickly up to 80 percent. Then fill the final 20 percent when you need it. So, if you charge your iPhone overnight and plug it out at 7 AM, the learning machine will find out and plan the charging schedule. The battery will reach the full charge at 7 AM instead of keeping the battery charged 100 percent continuously.
This might be an interesting solution to the iPhone battery leak problem. However, the iPhone is expected to have a larger battery to solve the problem.