Letting Your iPhone Battery Drain Completely: While it’s not always practical, letting your iPhone battery drain completely can damage the battery and shorten its lifespan. Try to charge your iPhone before it reaches 0%.
Charging Your iPhone Overnight: Leaving your iPhone charging overnight can overheat the battery and cause long-term damage. Instead, try to charge your iPhone during the day and unplug it once it reaches 100%.
Using Non-Apple Chargers: Using non-Apple chargers can damage your iPhone battery and lead to reduced battery life. Always use Apple-approved chargers and cables to ensure your battery stays healthy.
Charging Your iPhone in Extreme Temperatures: Charging your iPhone in extreme temperatures, whether it’s too hot or too cold, can damage the battery and reduce its lifespan. Try to charge your iPhone in a cool, dry place.
Using Your iPhone While Charging: Using your iPhone while it’s charging can cause it to overheat and damage the battery. If you need to use your iPhone while charging, try to keep it cool and avoid heavy use.
Charging Your iPhone in a Case: Charging your iPhone in a case can trap heat and cause the battery to overheat. Remove your iPhone from its case before charging to allow it to cool properly.
Always Charging to 100%: While it’s tempting to always charge your iPhone to 100%, this can actually reduce its battery life over time. Instead, try to charge your iPhone to around 80% and avoid letting it drop below 20%.