IPhone battery problems
2018-08-22, 01:23 PM,
#1
I use Iphone SE, I am average user and I don't use it much, but I need everyday recharge it. My firnds told me that this is normal for IPhone. Is that true. I also use Android and I need to recharge it every three days.
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2018-08-22, 01:28 PM,
#2
Ishit batteries sucks, go for Android.
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2018-08-22, 01:30 PM,
#3
I don't have choice (i would never bought it it is to expensive) it is my company phone.
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2018-08-28, 03:33 PM,
#4
Well I have never face such issues.
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2018-08-28, 03:43 PM,
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(2018-08-22, 01:23 PM)xerof Wrote: I use Iphone SE, I am average user and I don't use it much, but I need everyday recharge it. My firnds told me that this is normal for IPhone. Is that true. I also use Android and I need to recharge it every three days.

This is not normal for iPhones. I use them since 2009 and never had such problems.

- Use your iPhone until it's on 0 % and switches off automatically.
- Charge your battery until 100 % will be reached, don't interrupt the charging.
- Use your phone again until 0 %, but don't recharge it during this.
- Repeat the above steps 2 times.

This won't help if your battery is completely broken, but it's called a "battery training".

BTW: An iPhone SE is totally outdated.

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2018-08-29, 04:08 AM,
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(2018-08-28, 03:43 PM)CharlieHarper Wrote:
(2018-08-22, 01:23 PM)xerof Wrote: I use Iphone SE, I am average user and I don't use it much, but I need everyday recharge it. My firnds told me that this is normal for IPhone. Is that true. I also use Android and I need to recharge it every three days.

This is not normal for iPhones. I use them since 2009 and never had such problems.

- Use your iPhone until it's on 0 % and switches off automatically.
- Charge your battery until 100 % will be reached, don't interrupt the charging.
- Use your phone again until 0 %, but don't recharge it during this.
- Repeat the above steps 2 times.

This won't help if your battery is completely broken, but it's called a "battery training".

BTW: An iPhone SE is totally outdated.

nice tip i will Do this :D

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2018-08-29, 06:01 AM,
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(2018-08-28, 03:43 PM)CharlieHarper Wrote:
(2018-08-22, 01:23 PM)xerof Wrote: I use Iphone SE, I am average user and I don't use it much, but I need everyday recharge it. My firnds told me that this is normal for IPhone. Is that true. I also use Android and I need to recharge it every three days.

This is not normal for iPhones. I use them since 2009 and never had such problems.

- Use your iPhone until it's on 0 % and switches off automatically.
- Charge your battery until 100 % will be reached, don't interrupt the charging.
- Use your phone again until 0 %, but don't recharge it during this.
- Repeat the above steps 2 times.

This won't help if your battery is completely broken, but it's called a "battery training".

BTW: An iPhone SE is totally outdated.

It is not outdated if it still got latest iOS.

I have 5s lol.



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2018-09-02, 09:50 PM,
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(2018-08-28, 03:43 PM)CharlieHarper Wrote:
(2018-08-22, 01:23 PM)xerof Wrote: I use Iphone SE, I am average user and I don't use it much, but I need everyday recharge it. My firnds told me that this is normal for IPhone. Is that true. I also use Android and I need to recharge it every three days.

This is not normal for iPhones. I use them since 2009 and never had such problems.

- Use your iPhone until it's on 0 % and switches off automatically.
- Charge your battery until 100 % will be reached, don't interrupt the charging.
- Use your phone again until 0 %, but don't recharge it during this.
- Repeat the above steps 2 times.

This won't help if your battery is completely broken, but it's called a "battery training".

BTW: An iPhone SE is totally outdated.
I will try. Thank you for advice.

I don't agree that is totally outdated, but soon will be outdated I have read that Apple is stopping new production. I need to use it it is my business cell phone. I am hoping that my company will soon buy me newer model, but it certainly will not be the latest model.
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2018-09-07, 03:26 PM,
#9
I am using it right now, I have no issues, Maybe you can go to service centre to solve it.
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