Last Updated on May 31, 2021 by Daniel
A problem faced by every iPhone user, as well as other smartphones is battery life. “Battery Low” appears after a few hours of the charge. This article will guide you to recalibrate your iPhone’s battery that may improve its performance and extend the battery life.
Since all batteries lose their capacity over time, then you need to recalibrate your iPhone’s battery in order to keep the battery healthy and increase its lifespan.
How to Recalibrate the iPhone Battery
If you need to recalibrate the iPhone battery, follow these steps. First off, let’s talk about what “calibrating” means. A calibration basically sets the internal measurement of the battery back to zero. This means it counts off of how much actual power is in it, and not off of the faulty information it gathers from other sources. The battery is one of my favorite parts of the iPhone because it holds so much potential and power.
Battery life is one of the biggest problems of any Smartphone user, and the iPhone is not an exception. Many iPhone users tend to recalibrate battery once in three months but most people do not know how to do this. If you want to calibrate your phone’s battery, follow these instructions below;
Here are few ways you can calibrate your iPhone’s battery.
Go to the Settings on your iPhone
In the settings menu, Go to General and then Usage
Click Battery Health.
Check for the Vital Battery Message at the top of the screen for information about the battery recalibration process on your phone.
If no message is displayed, take some time out and check later. The calibration process is automatic, and it can take a while.
You can also try this procedure;
- Go to the Settings on your iPhone
- Go to General and then Usage
- Make sure the bar graph is blue
- Let it run all the battery out
- Let it charge for approximately 5 hours
- Leave it off for an hour or two
- Turn on your device!
How Does iPhone Battery Recalibration Work?
How Does iPhone Battery Recalibration Work? When you recalibrate your iPhone, it essentially sets a fresh baseline for the battery’s health. By resetting this baseline, the battery can more accurately report its remaining charge as time goes on. How does it work? The battery in your phone contains a controller that communicates battery status. When you recalibrate your iPhone, it sets a new baseline for the health of this controller.
How to Calibrate Older iPhone Batteries
A lot of older iPhones have a battery that appears to be draining quickly. This can be a challenge but there are some quick and easy tips you can use to help extend the life of your battery. So, if you have an older Apple device that needs to be calibrated, it’s easy. You’ll see how to do this with an iPhone below.
Use the iPhone until it shuts down due to low battery.
Ignore the phone when it shuts off. Leave it hanging for at least three hours or overnight preferably.
Connect your phone in with the original cable and charger that are certified by Apple.
Be patient until the phone powers on.
Turn off the phone again.
Allow the phone to get completely charged.
Turn it on again.
Allow the iPhone to start up, then carry out a restart.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should you recalibrate your iPhone battery?
Because the iPhone is an imperfect being and every once in a blue moon, it needs a little pep talk to get its act together. The same way you give yourself a pep talk before a big presentation or interview, the iPhone needs a little pick me up every now and then. Let’s call it iPhone Battery Recalibration Therapy.
Do you calibrate your iPhones batteries?
Do you calibrate your iPhones batteries? If you keep them charged all the time then the short answer is no. If you keep your iPhone plugged in then the short answer is no. But if you rely on the battery then you’d better be prepared to give it a full charge occasionally and also perform a “calibration.”
Is it necessary to calibrate the iPhone battery?
Apple’s iPhone battery calibration process is not something you should worry about. In most cases, the process does more to protect your battery than anything else. It also won’t have much, if any, effect on performance.