In this case there is no type of memory effect and therefore it is advisable to avoid old advice or quotes that could always be heard. At the moment, lithium-ion batteries do not need to be fully charged or fully discharged beforehand.
Therefore, the first time an iPhone is connected to the power, it can be as many hours as you want. Especially Apple smartphones that are of the latest generation, since they have a battery system that, when it reaches 100%, will stop passing current to the device.
However, the really important thing is do not wait for the cell phone to discharge completely to reconnect it to power. An example of intervals is that the user at least let the iPhone have 40% battery, and stop charging at 90%.
Two errors that consume excessive battery
TechMarkup also brings some bad habits that can drain your battery very quickly in the use that is given to an iPhone daily:
1. Close apps: It may seem counterintuitive, but closing an app drains an iPhone’s battery.
The reason is very simple, the system saves a large part of the application execution in memory. Therefore, closing the app forces the device to spend energy to free up memory and, most importantly, consumes battery power to restore it from memory when you start the app again.
2. Do not use low power mode: With this mode activated, the consumption of iPhone will be significantly reduced. Not using it will shorten the battery life.
In order to avoid it, it is better to activate it as soon as it is found that the battery will not be able to last until the next charge, but especially if iPhone battery drops below 20 or 10%.