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Cupertino tech-giant Apple has finally launched its most awaited iPhone 15 series in the global market. At the launch event, the company confirmed that the iPhone 15 series is set to hit the market on September 22nd, with pre-orders opening this Friday, September 15th. These new iPhones will come equipped with the latest iOS 17. Among the notable features of iOS 17 for the iPhone 15 is a charging limitation option aimed at enhancing the longevity of the device’s battery health.

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iPhone 15 Maximum Capacity Feature

The upcoming iPhone 15 charging feature was recently uncovered within the iOS 17 Release Candidate code by enthusiasts at 9to5Mac. Currently, it remains inaccessible to users with iPhone 14 and older models that have received this new iOS update. There is uncertainty surrounding whether this feature will be exclusive to USB-C iPhones or if it will debut with the iPhone 15 series at its launch.

Once the stable version of iOS 17 becomes available on Monday, September 18th, it is expected that this feature will become accessible within the Battery settings menu.

With this new iPhone feature, users will have the capability to define the maximum charge level for their device. By configuring this limit, denoted as 75 percent in the Settings > Battery section, the next time the charger is connected, the iPhone will restrict charging to approximately 75 percent of its capacity. Users will receive a lock screen notification informing them of this. Conversely, if this feature is not activated, the iPhone will continue to charge up to its full capacity.

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The all-new introduced feature is called Maximum Capacity, and the user can find it in the Battery Setting under the Battery Health section. However, Apple is not the first one to bring this feature into the smartphone market, as rival Samsung had already bought this feature on its Galaxy smartphones to enhance the battery life.

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