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Thursday, 7 June 2018

This is how the renewed battery control works in iOS 12



It still follows the hangover of iOS 12, Apple's new operating system that was presented to developers last Monday. And the echoes still echo if this new revision is adequate enough or not, if it is more of the same or brings interesting things .

And one of the things that the Cupertino have wanted to tackle quickly has been the management of the battery, Last year, in December, a scandal was mounted referring to the slowdown of the older iPhone , and a later version of iOS 11 already brought a beta add on the management of the stack.

Apple does not want to show weakness and in iOS 12 it presents an improved version of this functionality . Know something more in this article. Although the health part of the battery is still in beta, as well as iOS 12, this renewed view of battery management can give us some clear indications .

How is the new mode?
If you have iOS 12 installed, access Settings > Battery , you will see that it is displayed as it did in iOS 11, but with some graffiti added that give a lot of interesting information. After showing the percentage switches and the low consumption mode, the suggestions to keep the battery for longer are shown. As you can see in the photo, he is recommending me to reduce the brightness , one of the reasons why consumption is higher.

With this we find the battery level and the time of use, both for the last 24 hours and for the last 2 days. The battery level shows the percentage peaks, seen clearly when the device has been put to charge . You can see that in my case, I usually keep it high and before it reaches 50 percent, I reconnect it. The shaded blue bars show when you have been connected.

The time of use in the screen of the last 24 hours shows us that I have been using the device for more than three hours. If I play in each bar , it shows me how much I have used the iPhone, whether it was connected to the current or not, the use of the screen off and what applications I have used during that time slot. Very curious, is not it?

Finally it shows the percentage of use of each application and how much has been in the background, something that was already in previous versions of iOS. With all this data, we can make an analysis of how we use our devices, how we use time and what consumption patterns we have. Interesting as a user, but what analysis does Apple do of this? I leave it there.

During the next few days we will be taking a closer look at all the new features of iOS 12. Do not miss our tutorials and analysis. We are waiting for you!

Via | 9to5mac

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