Considering how important this feature is in terms of tracking the battery health, Apple must offer a quick way to track the cycle count without having to take the roundabout way. Let us discuss them one-by-one. But if you have issues installing it on your Mac, or if you only have a Windows-based desktop at hand, then iMazing is a fantastic alternative. They show even more information compared to what you get with the iPhone's own Battery Health tool.

Thankfully, the free version is more than sufficient for the job at hand. So my conclusion is that I use my iPhone 7 Plus the most (which I knew) and iPad Pros about equal. Download the coconutBattery app on your Mac (download link) and launch it. The best T-Mobile Black Friday deal is aimed at both new and existing customers, No Galaxy Note 21, but at least Samsung plans to release the Galaxy Z Fold 3 early, The 5G OnePlus 9 Pro has leaked months before its announcement, OnePlus 9 5G camera setup gets detailed; don't expect telephoto zoom, T-Mobile destroys Verizon's 5G network claims by sliding in its coverage DMs, PlayStation 5 restock sales for Black Friday, More Android users join the blue bubble club; Google's RCS tests a major iMessage feature, 5G iPhone 12 line suffers from a serious screen defect; Apple plans a software update, Verizon's median 5G download speeds go from first to worst among U.S. majors, Apple releases iOS 14.2.1 to fix bugs found in the 5G iPhone 12 series, but not the one you're worried about. Connect your iPhone to your Mac using a Lightning cable.

Thanks Jeffrey for the tip about the coconutBattery and Console apps. There are few different ways to check the battery cycles of iPhone. Finding it is a bit tricky but not impossible. How much battery cycles is your Apple device currently on? If you’re not getting accurate data, then let me know in the comments if you have restored your iPhone, as it is possible that the same issue that I had mentioned earlier for coconutBattery is causing the issue for Battery Life app as well. Open the Settings app on your iPhone. Dilum Senevirathne joined Guiding Tech as a writer in 2018, where his work helps people get the most out of technology. Essential details include Full Charge Capacity and Design Capacity. Mine stands at 92.5 percent, so I don’t have anything to worry about yet.

It is a percentage of full charge capacity and design capacity. After installing 3uTools, open the application, connect your iPad to your PC, and then click Details next to Battery Life. That's all - no jailbreaking, no hooking up to a computer to check the battery cycles. As a general rule, you only have to worry about getting a replacement battery — or switching to a new iPad — once this value falls below 80 percent. FCC OKs Cingular's purchase of AT&T Wireless, iPhone is designed to retain 80% charge until 500 cycles, Apple Watch is designed to retain 80% charge until 1,000 cycles, iPad is designed to retain 80% charge until 1,000 cycles, iPod is designed to retain 80% charge until 400 cycles, MacBook is designed to retain 80% charge until 1,000 cycles.

3uTools is another application that you can use to check the health of your iPad battery easily using a Windows desktop. The content of this website is not supplied or reviewed by Apple Inc. All articles, images, logos and trademarks in this site are property of their respective owners. After downloading and installing the program, open it, switch to the iOS Device tab, and you will see all pertinent details in regards to your iPad’s battery.

I love coconutBattery due to its simplistic yet focused nature. This is the simplest way to see the health of your iPhone's battery. However, the battery on my 12.9" is doing the best out of my iOS devices and it's the oldest (2015-11-09). Given that most owners charge their iPhone almost every day, a two-year old one may just be on the cusp, so checking the number of charging cycles it has been through quickly before you buy it will come in handy. In the case of my iPhone X, it says it is “Good”. iPhone 12 with Unlimited plan from MintMobile. Click here to see our iPadOS articles page, perform a host of other maintenance tasks, How to Estimate Laptop Battery Life Before Buying, Top 5 Fixes for AirPods Not Switching Between Mac and iPhone, Apple Reminders vs TickTick: Which Reminders App Is Better on iPhone.

They work on both macOS and Windows. As you can see in the screenshot below, my iPhone 7 Plus battery capacity is 2,600 mAh, which is slightly less than 90% of its original battery capacity of 2,900 mAh. And even with the release of iPadOS, that has not changed. Apple doesn’t show the battery cycle count under Battery Health but it does measure this essential statistic, and it stores the information on your device. The power management feature was introduced in iOS 10.2.1 for iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, and iPhone SE, and in iOS 11.2 for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. 1. iBackupBot:.

According to the website, they also have an iOS app but we couldn’t find it in the App Store. A few days back, we showed you how to check iPhone battery health after Apple admitted that it had introduced a power management feature in iOS, which slows some of the older iPhones down to prevent them from unexpectedly shutting down.. For example, if you fully charged your iPhone to 100% all the way from zero, and then completely drained the battery, it means you’ve completed one battery cycle. Apple explains that the power management feature works by looking at a combination of the device temperature, battery state of charge, and the battery’s impedance. After installing iMazing on macOS or Windows, open it and click the Battery icon to the lower-right corner of the iMazing window. Tap on the hamburger menu at the top, and then tap on Raw Data, to find out your iPhone’s latest battery capacity.

You will then see a nifty pop-up box with the relevant details underneath the Battery section — Charge Times, Actual Capacity, Design Capacity, Temperature, etc. It costs $35, but there’s a 7-day free trial, which should give you plenty of time to get a quick peek at your iPhone’s battery health.