That works thanks for explaining.Just ignore that feature entirely. I've had iPhones that still hold a decent charge after a decade! I got a PowerBook G4 that has an ancient battery still holding enough charge to play an MP3 playlist hours long!
While all my Androids have either flat batteries or are swelling after a year.
IMO that 'battery health' feature is only good for one thing: Disabling the performance throttle. That was a big complaint from past iPhone users for years. But just ignore the number. My mother has a 6S where it's showing like 65% under 'battery health' but she's still getting a couple days between charges.
https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/iphone-11-pro-96-battery-health.2211309/I got this 11 pro max on launch and now the battery health is at 99% of maximum capacity is that normal ?
All the complaints? Doesn't really seem to be anything more than what has been more or less the usual essentially.Well with all the complaints and panic over 'battery health' I can see it coming. Maybe not officially but among the customers. When I had an iPhone 4 I was unaffected by so-called 'Antennagate' (well it probably helped that it was in an Otterbox Defender but I digress) but that didn't stop endless complaints about it.