Yes, we know, our smartphone batteries only last a day, but it’s partly our fault my fault because, according to the researchers, I loaded wrong all this time.
Many of us have an ingrained notion that charging smartphones in half our children will cause long-term damage to their batteries and that it is better to upload them when they are near death.
It seems that is wrong.
In fact, a website of the company Cadex called “Battery University,” detailing how and why our batteries of smartphones are susceptible to “their own versions of stress.” And just like humans, stress can damage extending the life of the battery in the long term.
If you want your smartphone to keep the battery in good condition and carefree work term, you need to change a few things. Again, this according to Battery University.
Do not keep your phone plugged in when it is fully charged
According to the website that tells you when leaving the connected phone is fully charged, as you probably do overnight, can be a bad habit that can damage long-term battery.
Once the smartphone has reached 100%, it becomes “trickle charges” to be kept at 100%. This battery you in great distress in a state of high tension.
” When fully charged, remove the battery from its charging device. This is like relaxing the muscles after strenuous exercise. You too would be pretty miserable if you worked out nonstop for hours and hours. “
In fact, try not to upload up to 100%
At least then when you do not. According to “Battery University” Li-ion battery does not need to be fully charged, nor is it desirable to do so. “In FACT, it is better not to fully charge, Because of the high voltage battery stresses”
Connect your phone whenever you can
It seems that our batteries of smartphones are more resistant loading them occasionally throughout the day instead of connecting them to a session high load when they are empty.
Charging the phone battery when the battery loses 10 percent of it would be in the best case scenario, according to the site. Obviously, that is not practical for most people, so, connect your smartphone whenever you can. It is better you connect and disconnect several times a day.
Battery not only keeps your smartphone and works optimally for longer, but also keeps full throughout the day.
Keep cool phones
We know that smartphone batteries are sensitive to heat and Apple suggests that heat out some skeletons iPhone when you upload.
“If you notice that your device gets hot when you charge it, take it out of its case first. If you’re out in the hot sun, keep your phone covered. It’ll protect your battery’s health. “