As i said before there are many available, the easiest being just to recharge the phone one hour before going to sleep, since the iPhone drains overnight is ridiculously slow at idle (1% max).There should be a power-strip with a timer on it.
You could set it for a couple hours when you charge your phone at night. Then it will turn off and stop charging.
Seems easy enough!
The point of the thread was to discuss a broken functionality with others to understand if there is a common pattern on non-working users.
By the way your suggested solution is less efficient than Apple’s because it will top the battery and keep it out of charge but at 100% for hours, while Optimized Charging would take it at 80% for most of the time.
I agree is a very negligible difference (the battery is still discharging even if 100% is showed), but still a difference 🤷🏻♂️
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This is the whole point of the discussion.Yes it’s weird isn’t it? Personally it works for me and all family members. But completely understand frustration of people here on forum for whom it’s not working, especially those with regular charging patterns which apples machine learning algorithm ought to work for easily.
Why is it not working on users (like me) with Bed Time set up every single day, when the iPhone could easily predicts when I’m going to wake up in the morning ?