Older iPhones were slowed down by Apple several years age with the knowledge or consent of the owner. This action of Apple was caught for which the company explained that in order to avoid random shutdowns and other potential issues, they reduce the performances as the health of the battery inside the iPhone degrades. After this, a feature of the Battery Health to the iPhone is added. This feature reveals the performance of the battery and also the time for replacing the battery. Now, this fall Apple Watch WatchOS 7 will have the same feature and new battery status in MacOS Big Sur.
The steps for checking the iPhone’s battery is the same in iOS 14 beta as it was when the feature was introduced by Apple in 2018. The steps are as follows:
If a new battery is needed, the same will be determined via its diagnostic, and the performance slowing software will be kicked on. A replacement will also be recommended by the battery health app.
For reviewing the battery status, WatchOS 7 has to be installed at first. The same can be available after the official release in the fall. If you want to try it now, you have to take part in the developer program. It is stated that in July a public beta program may be run by Apple for the Apple Watch. The process for checking the battery health is the same as that of an Apple iPhone.