Other Post your battery wear level

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  1. LoveToMacRumors, Jun 7, 2017
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  2. Retops macrumors regular

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    CoconutBattery on the Mac
     
  4. yanki01, Jun 7, 2017
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    had my iP6 since launch day and performance has really gone down in the last 6 months or so. battery is draining quicker. don't want to mess with it since the next iPhone is coming up. benchmark on this sucks also.

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    I posted mine on a different thread a few months back, here were the results back in April
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    50% on a 6 plus. Now battery life feels like a 5s.
     
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    battery life
     
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    The first and second pics are from Coconut Battery and the second one is from Data Monitor for iPhone which is a jailbreak app.
     
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    Here is my iPhone 6S Plus battery wear level ,Purchased in October 2015.

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    My later iPhones are at 100 % Capacity
    [iPhone - SE - 5S - 7 - 7 Plus]
     
  14. LoveToMacRumors thread starter macrumors 68020

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    How the fk? I have i6 too and have 3% battery wear.
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  15. yanki01 macrumors 68040

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    the phone was great for a while. i noticed at the beginning of the year when iOS 10.2.1 came out - it was sluggish and slower than before. once iOS 10.3 came out - it helped a little bit. animations we're as slow and the phone response was a little better but still slow overall. battery would always jump around. it still sometimes dies at as low as 5% but as high as 30%. plug it in and jumps around. the benchmark also sucks. the next iPhone can't come soon enough.
     
  16. hp79 macrumors member

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    I wish I had known CoconutBattery for OS X sooner. My iPhone SE is about 9 months old, and the rMBP13 is about 3.5 years old. Looks good.

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    I am on 9.0.2. But the app showing the cycle count in the second picture is a jailbreak app that I've had since iOS 7.
     
  19. C DM macrumors Westmere

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    As I recall apps like these (as in iOS apps that run on the device itself) aren't as useful for this kind of thing as of iOS 10 as there are things that they can't get/show anymore and at least some of what they still can is more along the lines of an estimate than a more accurate reading that can be available otherwise (like using Coconut Battery on a Mac).
     
  20. yanki01 macrumors 68040

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    very true and that's what I've read before. though this one compared to what coconutBattery told me from my mac - it's pretty close.
     
  21. blcfla macrumors regular

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    launch day iPhone 7, battery life app tells me 97-100% capacity but this screenshot is from iBackupBot.
    I'm ok with it because it already has quite a few cycles. Capture.JPG
     
  22. BigMcGuire Contributor

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    iPad Air 2 (purchased January 2017) -- 100% perfect (using the same battery app the OP is).
    iPhone 6s+ (purchased 1.2 years ago) - 94-96% perfect (using above battery app).

    CoconutBattery is far more accurate - I recommend only taking the % after a full charge (after it is done charging - which can be awhile after it hits 100%).
     
  23. nia820 macrumors 68020

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    I have an iPhone 7+. Had this one since December.

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    Battery Life app states my battery is perfect. I have a iPhone 7 Plus I bought 12/11/16

    Coconut Battery pic is attached.
     

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