It’s crucial to check the status of your iPhone battery because doing so enables you to determine whether the internal battery needs to be changed. You would use your iPhone for fewer hours between charges if your battery were in poor condition.
With the release of iOS 11.3 in 2018, Apple debuted the native tool to check the status of your iPhone’s battery. All iPhone models, starting with the iPhone 6, can access it. The same battery health tool is also available for iPad users.
How to Check the Health of your iPhone Battery?
Before getting started with the procedures you must follow to check the health of your iPhone’s battery, it is crucial to keep in mind that the battery health tool made available by Apple typically provides details on two different areas: the device’s maximum battery capacity and its peak performance capability.
Peak performance capability is measured to show whether the battery of your iPhone is currently supporting normal peak performance or whether performance management features are in place to restrict peak power, whereas maximum battery capacity gives a measurement of the battery capacity in relation to when it was new.
Select Battery from the list by scrolling down. By swiping up, you can also use the settings menu’s search box to look up the battery options directly.
Click on Battery Health.
The maximum capacity and peak performance of your iPhone battery will then be displayed. If the iPhone battery health has drastically declined or if a new replacement battery cannot be confirmed by the system, Apple will additionally display vital battery notifications.