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    Default Frequent and partial charge or charge when level is below 10%

    guys , there are a few threads about this issue

    but this question is not answered properly in neither of them

    for lithium ion batteries , the storage conditions (i mean the recommended) are @ levels 35-40% ..

    but if it is for a cell phone ,being used very much?

    which is the best ? to wait the complete discharge ? or charge at any level ,70% , 85% , 35% ....

    does make any difference , both for battery last , and life

    in addition , i'm also confused about the difference about charging the phone from wall outlet (with supplied apple usb adapter) , or directly from computer

    are there any differences , about charge times and again for battery health

    thanks



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    for lithium ion battery, charge it whenever you can. deep charge (e.g. from 10% to 100%) is not good for lithium ion battery.

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    "deep charge" = to reach at the end , or to the top ?

    i mean , which is not recommended ?

    a) to wait battery discharge till 10-15 %

    b) or to charge it till it is 100%

    c) both


    or only a straight uninterrupted charge from 10% to 100% does harm battery ?

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    nope , you dont need to wait to be drain or 10% remaining charge. Just keep it charging BUT dont leave it charge for more than 14hrs per charge. to avoid battery overcharging.

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    i think for these kind of batteries ,"overcharging" is not possible

    maybe "overheating" may be an issue


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    Quote Originally Posted by tiktak View Post
    i think for these kind of batteries ,"overcharging" is not possible

    maybe "overheating" may be an issue
    lolz when you charge your drain battery , of course it will heat up after charging.

    Anyway that technique is for universal battery. whatever kind of battery you charge, when its in low charge 8 hrs to 14 hrs charging will not cause any damage.

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    AFAIK, charge your lithium ion batteries as often as you can.

    Also, I'm pretty certain the iPhone is smart enough not to overcharge your battery.

 

 

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