Whenever we buy a smartphone, autonomy is never an issue. At least for the first two years. However, after this time, or even earlier, depending on usage, problems may arise. This allows capacity to quickly drop to 80% when you least expect it. Then we have to find out whether the problem is with the equipment in general or even with the battery. To this end, checking battery cycles is hands down one of the best ways to analyze this iPhone related issue.
iPhone: How to View Battery Cycles without Installing Apps!
The battery age is measured in cycles. A cycle shows, for example, that the smartphone is set to 0% and charged to 100% or 55% of the battery is used up one day and 45% the next and then charged again.
An iPhone should withstand 500 battery charging cycles without losing capacity. It’s something that extends over a period of about two years. However, this may vary depending on our usage. However, when it comes to this point and we have more than 500 cycles on the iPhone, it means that the battery is only 80% full.
Go to Settings on the iPhone. Then select the privacy option. Then select the Analysis and Improvements option. Then load analysis data.
Then we see a very large list of dates. In fact, they never seem to end. Look for the last file that starts with log-aggregated.
Click on it to open it and copy all of its contents into it. Note that there is a lot to copy. The best way to do this is to select the first word and then drag it to the bottom of the screen in the second separator. Then we just choose to copy it.
Then we can paste all this content into the Notes application installed on all devices.
Next, we click on the three dots in the upper right corner and select Search in Note.
Then we have to write BatteryCycleCount. The number in front of it stands for the number of battery cycles of the smartphone. In my case it is 294.