How to Fix Optimized Battery Charging Not Working on iPhone

Optimized Battery Charging in iOS 13 reduces the wear on your battery and also improves its lifespan. It does so by machine learning and delays charging past 80% in certain situations, like when charging the iPhone overnight. The feature is enabled by default. However, if iPhone Optimized Battery Charging is not working, here are 5 ways to fix it.

1. Disable and Re-enable Optimized Battery Charging

Step #1. Open the Settings app on your iPhone.

Step #2. Tap Battery.

Step #3. Tap Battery Health.

Open Settings Tap on Battery and Then Tap on Battery Health

Step #4. Tap on the toggle for Optimized Battery Charging. Next, tap Turn Off.

Turn Off Optimized Battery Charging on iPhone

Step #5. After a few seconds, tap the same toggle and re-enable it.

2. Enable Location Services on iPhone

Apple says that Optimized Battery Charging learns from your charging habits. It kicks in at locations where you spend most of your time, like your home or office. It is smart enough not to work (that is, not stop charging after 80%) if you are traveling. So, for delivering efficient results, Optimized Battery Charging needs location access.

Step #1. Open the Settings app on your iPhone.

Step #2. Tap Privacy.

Step #3. Tap Location Services.

Open Settings Tap on Privacy and Then Tap on Location Services on iPhone

Step #4. Here, make sure Location Services is enabled.

Turn On Location Services on iPhone

Step #5. Next, scroll down and tap System Services. Turn on the toggle for System Customization.

Enable System Customization on iPhone

Step #6. Finally, tap Significant Locations. Enable the toggle for Significant Locations.

Turn On Significant Locations on iPhone

3. Restart Your iPhone

To restart your iPhone, use the buttons as you normally do. Or, open the Settings app, tap General, and then tap Shut Down.

Shutdown iPhone

After 30 seconds, switch on your iPhone and check if it’s working.

4. Update iOS

Step #1. Open the Settings app.

Step #2. Tap General.

Step #3. Tap Software Update.

Open Settings Tap on General and Then Tap on Software Update

Step #4. In case you have a pending update available, tap Download and Install.

5. Reset All Settings on iPhone

This will erase all settings like remembered Wi-Fi networks, VPN configurations, Keyboard settings, home screen layout, and more. It won’t delete any personal data like photos, apps, or music. But, still, make sure you have a backup before proceeding with the reset.

Step #1. Open the Settings app on your iPhone.

Step #2. Tap General.

Step #3. Tap Reset.

Open Settings Tap on General and Then Tap on Reset on iPhone

Step #4. Tap Reset All Settings.

Step #5. Enter your password and confirm.

Reset All Settings on iPhone in iOS 13

After the process ends, your iPhone will have the default settings, and the issue of Optimized Battery Charging not working on iPhone will be fixed.

Signing off…

In the end, you have to understand that this is a good measure to increase the battery life cycle. However, the iPhone battery, like batteries of all devices, will degrade, and one day needs to be replaced. Still, Optimized Battery Charging is there to help. And importantly, it shows that Apple is trying new things so that you get a little more from your device.

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