How to Condition Your iPhone Battery

Just about the most important tips provided by users and experts alike is always to regulate the temperature in which the iPhone operates. The lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery of the iPhone functions best in temperatures ranging from 32 to 95 degrees, or 0 to 35 degrees Celsius. At its extremities, the iPhone can still function between -4 and 113 degrees (-20 to 45 degrees Celsius) but temperatures beyond these ranges will probably be detrimental to your iPhone battery. In other words, leaving your iPhone in a freezer or in a warm car is probably not advisable. Keep it out of sunshine as well. - android

This next tip culled from forums and the like is not so clear-cut. There are some who claim that allowing the iPhone battery to fully discharge more than once monthly is not advisable, while others believe that no harm can come of it. What seems to have a consensus is the iPhone battery must be fully discharged from the full a discharge once per month in order to reset the battery meter.

It is also beneficial to have an idea of your actual usage as well as your battery life in order that you can more grasp your options. You can view your usage statistics within the Settings Menu under the General Tab then Usage. You will see Usage, which is the time the iPhone was in active mode therefore you were on a call, watching videos, listening to music, browsing the net, and so on. It will also show your Standby time, which is total amount of time the iPhone has been running from its last full charge, whether in active mode or otherwise. Usage divided by Standby time provides you with a percentage of the time you're actively using your iPhone. The bigger this percentage, the more often you will need to charge your iPhone, so plan accordingly.

Updating to the latest official sort of the software using iTunes will let you with taking care of the iPhone battery, but that is still up for grabs. Quite a few users complain that the update from three to 3.1 wreaked damage to some applications. However, updates and patches should help improve the performance, so maybe that last one was obviously a bit of a fluke. At any rate, before updating your software, browse the forums to see what are the feedback is from anyone who has already updated their software.

As well as, the old standby of employing on the applications you need, turning off push, 3G and reducing the brightness of the display etc are still part and parcel of keeping your iPhone battery in good health for a longer period. Just because you've heard it before doesn't mean it doesn't work.

Something new, though. Some users have seen that proximity to some cell tower (thus providing access to a strong signal) extends the battery life. This may be because network searching is brought to a minimum. So make an effort to stay in areas with a good signal. A last and final tip is by using your iPhone regularly, so you massage the kinks from the system and become knowledgeable about the peculiarities of your particular unit. All things considered, your phone is really a highly personal gadget, and really should be treated therefore.- android