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How to Check MacBook or iPhone Battery Charge Cycle

The charge cycle about a smartphone battery is the number of times it can recharge. The Apple iPhone batteries come with about 500 charge cycles. If yours can’t hold a charge anymore then your iPhone battery charge cycle may have been used up. You can check the charge cycles on your iPhone’s battery using any of the listed tools.

iMazing 2: For iPhone and iPad

iMazing 2 is a small but useful utility for the iOS devices which you can download and install on your Mac or Windows PC. You can do a lot more than what you can do on iTunes by Apple. The utility is free to use but with some locked features which you can unlock by paying for the premium version.

To check the battery charge cycles on your iPhone or iPad, follow the steps below:

  • Download and install the iMazing app on your Mac or Windows PC.
  • launch the app on your PC and connect your phone to the PC as well.
  • Once your phone been detected in the app, click the (i) button beside the battery icon in the bottom right corner.

You will be presented with a small window with lots fo information about the battery. You can check the battery Battery Charge Cycles section on that window.

Download iMazing 2

coconutBattery: For iPhone and MacBook

CoconutBattery is again a small tool but it is more of a complete battery dedicated tool with no other feature other than battery related. The best part of this tool is that you get to see a lot more information that you may need if your iPhone is acting up. This tool is completely free but it has some features locked as usual.

Another amazing feature is that this tool not only analyzes your iPhone’s battery but also your MacBook battery. It gives detailed information about the battery including the charge cycles right there where you can see it. It also keeps the history of your MacBook’s battery so you can analyze the data in a better way.

Download coconutBattery

Wrapping up

This is how you get to know your iPhone battery charge cycle or for your Macbook as well. This will give you a rough idea if your phone needs a battery replacement or not.

Amit Rahi

Amit Rahi

He is a tech enthusiast who always keeps an eye on the latest tech news. He is a master at Android and Windows “how to” articles. In his free time, you will find him tinkering with his PC, playing games, or browsing Reddit. At GadgetsToUse, he is responsible to update the readers with the latest tips, tricks, & hacks to take the most out of their gadgets.View Author posts