Making a stink about the battery issues is what we do all the time! But for iPhone users, this “crying over the battery” session perpetuates a little bit longer, am I right iPhone users? Well, the agile features of the iPhone work amazingly beyond doubt. But, I’ve always spoken of the fact that every good thing comes with a price. Well, every battery has its lifespan, and it is meant to be drained after the outstretched use. You notice plenty of changes in your battery, from slowing down to shutting down randomly. Now, what if I say you can actually check your iPhone battery’s charge cycle? I’m sure you cannot cool your heels after hearing this, so let’s get started! Here we have some tips and tricks to check your iPhone Battery Cycle Count without any computer.
Let’s begin with explaining what exactly the Battery Cycle is
If I try to explain to you in brief, the dying and reviving process of your battery is what we call the battery cycle. But surely this brief explanation is too little for a deeper understanding. Well, draining your battery ENTIRELY and then recharging it ENTIRELY completes one cycle of battery count. Whereas, Plugging your phone at 30% and waiting till it gets 100% is not what we call one complete cycle.
You cannot expect your iPhone to deliver dazzling performance ALL THE TIME
Although, the original capacity of your iPhone clashes on the basis of what activities you do on your device, we still can have an idea given by Apple. According to Apple, in a normal use case, your iPhone battery retains 80% of its ability after completing exactly 500 charge cycles.
And the worriment shows up the moment this number falls beneath 80%. You no longer get brisk app launches and higher frames. Low performance gradually becomes the second nature of your iPhone. This becomes the high sign that now you have to abandon the worn-out battery and move on to a new one.
Guide for How to Check your iPhone Battery Cycle Count !
- First, head to your Settings App and move to the Privacy option
- From here, scroll down till you get “Analytics and Improvements”, then halt and tap on it
- In this step, you have to close the “Analytics Data”
- This step needs a bit more consideration. You will see a list of files arranged in alphabetical order. Keep on scrolling until you find a file named “log-aggregated”, and then tap on it. Make sure you select the most recent log. (You might not be able to get this “log-aggregated” file, if you have turned-off ” Share iPhone Analytics”.. So try again in 1-2 days after enabling Analytics)
- Now you have to access the iOS selection tool, for that long press on the screen. Drag the handle to the bottom, select the text, and hit on Copy.
- Head to the Notes App and paste it. Now, save the file wherever you want in the Notes App.
- To bring up the share sheet, tap on the menu /share button. Now, hit on the “Find in Note” option.
- The next step is to enter the “battrycyclecount” in the search bar. You have to write it exactly the way I did (without space).
- Now you can successfully check the battery cycle count of your iPhone right below the highlighted text.
This is it! Try these steps and keep track of your iPhone’s battery health.