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Your iPhone’s aging lithium-ion batteries will eventually start to lose their ability to retain a charge — and that can be highly frustrating, especially if you’re out and about all day. And that’s not to mention reports that some iPhone batteries — specifically those belonging to the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro — may be experiencing more battery degradation than their users expected.
If this is happening to you, there are several solutions available. You can switch over to the latest iPhone, start carrying a battery charger around with you, or simply replace the battery.
Battery Health & Charging will tell you the current capacity of your iPhone’s battery.
To first identify whether your battery is ready for a…