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2023-08-18 14:14:30 DEJI Battery 0

Your iPhone 11 is a constant companion, but do you sometimes wonder about its inner workings, such as, "What is the battery capacity of the iPhone 11, who makes it, and how long will it last?"

We aim to answer all these questions and more in this blog post, so keep reading to learn all the important secrets about the iPhone 11 battery. 

Who Makes the iPhone 11 Battery? 

The batteries of the iPhone 11 series are assembled and manufactured by 3 Chinese companies, namely Desay, Sunwoda, and Simplo.
The batteries for the iPhone 11 are jointly supplied by Simplo and Sunwoda.
The batteries for the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11ProMax are supplied by Desay and Sunwoda.


What is the Battery Capacity of the iPhone 11?

The original iPhone 11 battery has a capacity of 11.91 Wh (3110 mAh), which is tiny compared to most later-generation smartphones. 

According to a Tom's Guide battery test, iPhone 11 owners could expect just over 11 hours of regular use. While all the iPhone 11 series were powered by the same chip (the A13 Bionic), different screen sizes meant varying battery life between models. Here's a breakdown of each model and its corresponding battery capacity:

● iPhone 11 - 3110 mAh (11.91 watt-hours

● Phone 11 Pro - 3046 mAh (11.67 watt-hours)

● iPhone 11 Pro Max - 3696 mAh (15.04 watt-hours)

How Much More Capacity Can You Get Out of a Replacement iPhone 11 Battery?

Third-party battery manufacturers like Deji can help you get more out of your phone by packing in much more power than the original batteries. 

For example, a Deji iPhone 11 Pro Max high-capacity battery will get through the day while still having enough juice for the train ride home. Here are more details about the extra capacity you can get from a third-party battery supplier:

● iPhone 11 - 3510 mAh (an extra 400 mAh)

● iPhone 11 Pro - 3410 mAh (an extra 365 mAh)

● iPhone 11 Pro Max - 4510 mAH (an extra 815 mAh)

How Much Do iPhone 11 Replacement Batteries Cost?

iPhone 11 replacement batteries are available and cost between USD 24.00 to USD 32.00, which is much more affordable than the equivalent original battery. 

What is the Life Span of the iPhone 11 Battery? 

The typical lifespan of an iPhone battery is around 500 complete cycles. A cycle is one total charge and discharge. If you recharge your phone daily, you will only use a complete cycle if you have entirely drained the battery. However, if you still have around 50% charge at the end of the day, you will use one-half of a complete cycle.

Charging the battery for 500 cycles doesn't mean your iPhone will immediately stop working after 500. 

Instead, the battery's performance will degrade over time, and you will run out of charge much sooner than when the phone was brand new. In most use-case scenarios, a battery will still deliver around 80% of its capacity after two years. 

Tips to get more life out of your iphone battery

A high-capacity battery from DEJI will deliver around two years of reliable service. However, mistreating a battery will significantly reduce its life. Use these tips to get more life out of your iPhone battery. 

1. Avoid Extreme Temperatures - Leaving your phone on your car's dash in the hot sun will accelerate its degradation. Avoid direct sunlight when storing your phone.

2. Partial Discharges - Unlike the first generations of batteries, Lithium-ion batteries don't suffer from a "memory effect." However, letting the battery reach 0% charge too often is not recommended. A good rule of thumb is to put your battery on charge when it reaches between 20% to 30%. 

3. Use a Quality Charger - Most of us have drawers full of cheap chargers, but avoid using these for your iPhone. Use the original charge that came with your phone. Otherwise, stick to high-quality chargers from trusted brands. 

4. Keep Software Up to Date - Updates to iOS software often include features for advanced battery management that can improve the battery's efficiency. 


Why is My iPhone 11 Battery Draining So Fast?

Are you frustrated with running out of battery power on your iPhone before the end of the day? It might not be a problem if you work in the office and always have a power socket handy. However, for those of us who are out and about all day, running out of juice on our phones can be a significant inconvenience. 

There are many reasons why you may be burning through more battery power than you would like. Here are some of the most common issues and what you can do about them. 

1. Background Apps: Apps running in the background can consume battery even when you're not actively using them. Make sure to close unused apps by double-clicking the home button (or swiping up from the bottom on newer iPhones) and swiping the app windows away.

2. Location Services: Some apps use your location in the background, which can drain the battery. Go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services and review which apps use your site. You can choose to limit location access for specific apps.

3. Screen Brightness: High screen brightness can consume a significant amount of battery power. Adjust your screen brightness to a comfortable level, and consider enabling auto-brightness.



4. Push Email: Constantly fetching new emails can drain the battery. Go to Settings > Mail > Accounts > Fetch New Data, and consider setting it to "Manual" or adjusting the fetch intervals.

5. Background Refresh: Some apps refresh their content in the background, which can contribute to battery drain. Go to Settings > General > Background App Refresh and disable it for apps that you don't need to update in the background.

6. Bluetooth and Wi-Fi: Keeping Bluetooth and Wi-Fi on when you're not using them can drain the battery. Make sure to turn them off when not needed.

7. Battery-Intensive Apps: Certain apps, especially those that use a lot of processing power or constantly access the internet, can drain batteries quickly. Monitor your battery usage in Settings > Battery to identify which apps are using the most power and consider limiting their usage.

8. Software Updates: Outdated software can sometimes lead to battery drain issues. Ensure your iPhone's operating system is current by going to Settings > General > Software Update.

9. Background Wallpaper and Dynamic Effects: Animated or dynamic wallpapers, as well as other visual effects like parallax, can consume battery. Consider using a static wallpaper and disabling dynamic effects in Settings > Accessibility > Motion > Reduce Motion.

10. Battery Health: Check the overall health of your battery in Settings > Battery > Battery Health. If your battery's maximum capacity is significantly degraded (usually below 80%), you might need to consider replacing the battery.

11. Background Activity: Occasionally, a software bug or glitch can cause excessive background activity, leading to battery drain. If you suspect this, restarting your iPhone can help alleviate the issue.

12. Factory Reset: If none of the above steps work, you could consider performing a factory reset as a last resort. However, make sure to back up your data before doing so.

If the battery drain issue persists despite trying these steps, it might be a good idea to contact Apple Support or an Apple Store for further assistance. They can diagnose the issue and show you how to resolve it.

DEJI's commitment to excellence shines through in its high-capacity batteries, which can deliver up to two years of reliable service, helping you get more value out of your device. By adhering to the battery-saving tips mentioned earlier, coupled with a premium DEJI battery replacement, you can enjoy extended usage time, improved performance, and peace of mind knowing your device is in capable hands.