A lot of things make up what anyone would call a good smartphone. From the design and build of the phone to more practical things like the graphics quality of the screen display to the resolution capability of the phone’s camera.
However, one thing that a lot of people will readily agree on is that once the battery of a smartphone is shot, it is essentially over for that phone no matter how good it is, unless of course, you replace it that is.
Now, since it remains true and immutable that it is always better to prevention something unpleasant than to treat it, if you can, it is better to maintain the battery that you have and keep it from deteriorating.
As an iPhone user, this is even more important for you to do. Due to the fact that these mobile devices boast a lot of technology that currently happens to be far ahead of its time, you need to make sure that your battery is capable of serving you long and well so that you can leverage these features to the very fullest.
One way to start accomplishing this mission is to monitor your battery charge. Basically defined as the number of times that your battery has charged individually to 100%, you want as low a count as you can possibly get because this is a strong indicator of just how long you will be able to use that particular battery.
To that end, here is what you should know about checking the battery charge cycle count on the device you’re using at the moment. All that you need to do here is go to your settings, and find your analytics data. You can check your count there!