Saturday, October 31, 2020

Does overcharging effect on battery life?

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  • #27964
    iPhone Forum
    Participant

    Does overcharging effect on battery life?

    #27965
    Pablito Abesta Polo
    Guest

    Original Iphone chords has its way to stop charging when it reaches 100%

    #27966
    Pablito Abesta Polo
    Guest

    so NO

    #27967
    Andrei Valentin
    Guest

    If it is at 100% and you let it still to charge it damage battery ?

    #27968
    Dane Raworth
    Guest

    You can’t overcharge it. It stops charging

    #27969
    Parag Shawron
    Guest

    No

    #27970
    Nyreen Mitchell
    Guest

    I charge mines every night. Battery Health still 100%.

    #27971
    Kamel Hammad
    Guest

    Yes it does

    #27972
    Nyreen Mitchell
    Guest

    I charge both my iPhone and Apple Watch every night with no problems whatsoever.

    #27973
    Viktor Auckland
    Guest

    Kamel Hammad
    No!
    There is no overcharging for iPhones.

    That’s how they are designed, charging stops on time.

    #27974
    Magdy Migo
    Guest

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    #27975
    Mike French
    Guest

    Bought my 11 Pro Max when it first came out, charge it every day regardless of battery level and mine is still at 100%

    #27976
    Anthony Dauer
    Guest

    If the charging method makes the device hot, yes. Leaving it plugged in will eventually damage or prematurely age the device. If the charger doesn’t heat up the device, it doesn’t have a noticeable effect to me. I had two warranty replacements of my 2018 iPad Pro and that’s the only cause I can think of. Apple Support said it wasn’t a common issue, but it wasn’t obviously my fault either or they wouldn’t have replaced it. I was using the 30W charger. I stopped using, but tried it out last night and sure enough, it makes my 2020 iPad Pro 11” heat up too if I use it while charging. The 18W usually doesn’t and when it does it’s not as warm. That’s charging while using YouTube specifically.

    #27977
    Joachim De Coninck
    Guest

    You can’t overcharge iPhones

    #27978
    ジャッキ γƒ”γƒˆγƒ³γ‚°
    Guest

    So even though the charger chord is not original and it is fully 100% batt is it okay to plug it off??

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