Apple added in iOS “summer” charging mechanism

Charging – perhaps the most dangerous process that takes place in your smartphone. Should something go wrong and trouble is inevitable. The trouble can manifest itself in different ways from premature wear of the battery to overheating of the internal components of the device, or worse, spontaneous combustion. Of course, the probability of such an outcome is rather small, but Apple doesn’t want its users exposed themselves to even the slightest risk, but because came up with to limit charging at high temperatures.

As it turned out, one of the recent iOS updates have been added a special mechanism, which itself stops the charging when the battery is 80% of maximum capacity. This occurs if you own iPhone, iPad or iPod overheated, or the ambient temperature has reached too high values.

iPhone not charging. What to do

“Your iPhone can become hot during charging. To increase the battery life, the software may limit the charging after 80% if it becomes too hot. Charging will be resumed as soon as the temperature slightly drops. To make this happen faster, try to move the iPhone with a charger to a cooler place,” explains Apple.

Curiously, the operating temperature range for Apple devices has been quite small: from 0 to 35 degrees Celsius. This implies that charged anywhere on your office Desk, on which fall the rays of the sun, in the summer season, smartphones, tablets, and players will periodically disable the reception of electricity, stopping at around 80%.

How to reduce battery wear

Apple pays a lot of attention to the health of batteries in their devices, trying to extend their service life. For the same reason, the company added in iOS 13, tool, limiting the speed of charging, if the device is left on charge over night. As a result, the user sees no difference, and the battery does not wear so quickly.

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