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Battery health is critical when dealing with mobile devices such as iPhone and iPad.

With the introduction of iOS 12, Apple now delivers a wealth of information about your battery's health, its charging history and how the applications you use affect your battery consumption.

In this tip video, I take a look at the new charts and lists available to help you keep on top of your battery usage.

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Eva Bravo

Thanks, Don! Very useful tutorial. My battery health is 94% 🙁 (iPhone X, running version 12.1) Apple support doesn't explain any solution. It's possible increase...?

Jacques Laufer

My battery activity graph apparently shows only screen off time while apps are running. So, for example, there are not the high bars overnight when the screen is off and the iPhone X is plugged into the charger with no or few apps running (like Don's graphs show). Is there a setting that I'm missing? This is a US-based iPhone X that I have had for about 6 months now, running iOS 12.1 (Verizon). Thank you.

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Greg Walker

I think the bars shown on mine are due to me running the Sleep Cycle app overnight. If you don’t run apps overnight, you won’t see high bars.

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Greg Walker

I think the bars shown on mine are due to me running the Sleep Cycle app overnight. If you don’t run apps overnight, you won’t see high bars.

Jacques Laufer

Makes sense. Thank you.

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