iPhone 15 to Receive Boost in Battery Health in New Update 

The battery upgrade in the iPhone 15 will boast longer battery health and can withstand twice the charge cycles of previous iPhones.

Apple announced a new, quite important, upgrade to the iPhone 15, nearly six months after its launch, in an effort to provide a boost in battery health, according to updates spotted on Apple’s support.  

Reported by BGR, the iPhone 15’s battery can last much longer than previous models, as per Al Arabiya Business

Apple stated that the iPhone 14 (and older versions) batteries could retain “80% of their original capacity at 500 full charge cycles under ideal conditions”. However, the same page now indicates that the iPhone 15’s battery can retain 80% of its capacity at 1000 full charge cycles. 

This essentially means that the iPhone 15’s battery can withstand twice the number of charge cycles as the iPhone 14 in optimal conditions. Apple defines “a charge cycle” as using an amount of the battery that “represents 100% of its capacity,” which could be spread over several days, depending on how frequently the device is charged. 

Users can also check the battery capacity in the iPhone’s settings menu, under the “Battery” section, if they are interested in monitoring their phone’s performance. 

The key takeaway is that the iPhone 15 has received a significant boost in battery health, and Apple had not mentioned this until now. But, as the saying goes, better late than never. 

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