I’m a tech expert – instantly extend your phone’s battery life by avoiding three common iPhone and Android habits

A TECH expert has revealed three ways Brits can extend their phone’s battery life.

Ritesh Chugh, professor of technology, says iPhone and Android users can easily keep their juice if they avoid these phone habits.

These tips can help your battery last longer


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His handful of tricks and tips could help delay the threatening and ever-decreasing battery level.

Write for The conversation He explained that the best way to keep the battery healthy is to avoid exposing the phone to high temperatures.

He explained that Apple and Samsung say their phones work best at ambient temperatures of 0°C to 35°C.

Secondly, he recommends that users limit the charging process to 80 percent of full capacity and not let it fall below 20 percent.

Finally, Prof Chugh says Brits should not leave their phones charging for long periods of time, such as overnight.

He explained that they should unplug the device from the power source when the battery reaches 100 percent.

Replace your iPhone battery

If your iPhone battery is constantly giving you low performance issues, you can get it replaced.

But be quick, because Apple is increasing the cost of replacing the batteries in older iPhones Models from March 1st.

The stealthy $20/£20 price increase will hit millions of customers in the UK and US.

The move will see the cost of upgrading the iPhone 13, iPhone 12, iPhone 11 and iPhone X batteries rise from $69 (£58) to $89 (£75) in just a few weeks.

Owners of models from the iPhone 14 range will not be affected, as Apple is already charging its newest customers $99 (£83) for battery replacement on its latest products.

Normally, users are recommended to replace the batteries when the maximum battery capacity reaches 80%.

You can check the health of your battery at any time by going to Settings > battery > Battery condition.

Jake Nichol

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