How to check the battery status and disable the limitation of the performance in iOS 11.3
02.04.2018 apleapplekot 0 Comments
In iOS 11.3 has the opportunity to check the battery status and enable the maximum performance with a worn battery. In this tutorial we will tell you about all the nuances of this function.
After updating iPhone to iOS 11.3 the battery settings will appear the item “battery Status”. Apple warns that the battery is a consumable item, so we need to monitor her condition.
View battery status on iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, and iPhone SE the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The iPhone 8 and iPhone X has this section, but performance management works differently than the previous generations of iPhone.
To view the battery capacity we need to open “Settings” → “Battery” > “battery Status”. Indicator maximum capacity reflects the current battery status. On the new smartphones it needs to equal 100%. A lower value means that the phone must be recharged more often.
The second section is called “peak performance“. To find out whether the activated this setting and disable it if necessary, you need to read the fine print.
Limitation of peak performance is enabled automatically, if your iPhone suddenly began to reboot. After you enable this feature on the lock screen, a notification will appear.
If the battery is in good condition, the settings will be written that the iPhone supports peak performance. To disable or enable manually.
If your smartphone suddenly became deactivated because can’t maintain peak performance, it will shut down. Regulation peak performance slows down the CPU to reduce the requirements for the maximum capacity of the battery.
This setting can be turned off. To do this, click the blue link “Disable”. Manually re-enable the constraint, peak power is impossible. The phone activates this feature after the next emergency restart.
Disable the constraint peak performance is possible even when the battery is in critical condition. The probability of unexpected disconnections will increase dramatically, and in the settings there will be an additional item that explains how to replace the battery.
Sometimes the system cannot determine the battery status. In this case, the user will be prompted to replace the battery in one of the authorized service centres of Apple.
The option “battery Status” appeared after it became known that Apple automatically limits the performance of the old iPhone to remain Autonomous. After that, the company had to make a formal apology, and in response to disgruntled users have begun to file a lawsuit against Apple, demanding financial compensation.
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