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Apple claims the batteries in the iPhone 15 series last longer than previous models

According to Apple, the iPhone 15 series will last twice as long as earlier generations. Up to 80% of the initial capacity of the upcoming iPhone 15 series would remain after 1000 full charging cycles.

Apple claims the batteries in the iPhone 15 series last longer than previous models details

As Apple gets ready to provide an updated battery information setting for the iPhone 15, this new estimate is released. It will be possible to access battery health information that is not currently available in iOS 17.4, which is now in beta. To do this, navigate to Settings > Battery > Battery Health.

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Apple has revealed that the iPhone 15 series will last longer than the previous model lines, according to a 9to5Mac story. When the iPhone 15 was first announced, Apple said that the battery will hold up to 80% of its initial capacity after 500 full cycles of charging.

image 100 183 Apple claims the batteries in the iPhone 15 series last longer than previous models

In addition to looking at older iPhone models to determine how their batteries hold up, Cupertino attributes the development to “continuous updates to battery components and power management systems over the years.” There are numerous asterisks here since battery wear varies significantly amongst users based on a wide range of factors such as routine use and charging habits.

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According to Apple’s most recent update, the iPhone 15 can continue to function at 80% of its initial capacity even after 1000 complete charging cycles. Only the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max will see this change in battery cycle duration. “Continuous upgrades to power management systems and battery components throughout the years” is how Apple describes this development.

The original production date, the time your iPhone’s battery was installed, and the cycle count as of right now are among the information displayed on the new screen. As of right now, it appears that the iPhone 14 and older models will not be receiving the updated screen, thus you will need to rely on the battery information in the settings.


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