I dunno if you guys are familiar with YouTuber Brandon Butch but I had been a big fan of his tech vids since the iPhone 7 days. But I have observed certain stuff about his practices that should help with our battery life. Now some of you may have different practices but I am just relaying something that actually works and has been awesome for my battery health as well. His current latest vid is about his observations (specifically his annoyances) about the new iOS 12.2 but if you fast forward the vid to 5:53, you will see that his battery health is still 100%. Should raise some questions right? Now let's address those questions. What are his usage? Now on the same vid, slide back to 4:40 and you will see that his usage is actually pretty much like the average working joe, retiring his phone at night to his charger with around 20%. His average daily screentime usage is 6 and a half hours. Even though Butch owns the Galaxy S10 Plus for his YouTube vids, he mentions constantly, even in this vid, that his iPhone is his daily driver, which explains his usage time. Next question, should be a very new phone with a new battery, right? Well, not really. If you had been following his vids, he had an Unboxing Video of this XS Max 6 months ago. Hmmmmm, so that brings us to the meaty question: What are his charging practices? Let's go back to his past vids. September last year he posted a vid about Tips to improve your iOS12 Battery Life. Those are mostly your adjusting stuff in your settings to maximize your battery life, most of which we already know and do. But fast forward the vid to 13:05 and there's the gold: Charge your device constantly. Now some of us here wont agree with this. I have seen and read battery advise tips that says this is bad for our batteries including from Linus Tech Tips. Well in a way it is a bad practice and I agree with Linus that as the charging gets over 90%, it gets labored to reach 100%. But Linus Tech Tips is also letting us aware that there's also 'Death by Discharge' where constant consuming of our batteries is also degrading its health. So basically we will just have to choose our poison. Constantly using and avoiding charging constantly or charging constantly and avoiding Death by Discharge. I personally, like Butch, is doing the latter and my batteries across all my devices has lasted me ages. Basically I am taking advantage of Apple's design where, when our batteries reach full charge, it cuts off the charging current and goes into Trickle Charge mode, mostly utilizing our electric current instead of the battery. So I am not surprised if Butch's 6/7 month old iPhone XS Max is still in 100% health. Just my long 2 cents. Now I am not saying other people's charging practices are wrong. I'm just observing what works for me and is also proven by another user.