The standard for battery reading since 2005
With coconutBattery you are always aware of your current battery health. It shows you live information about the battery quality in your Mac, iPhone and iPadDownload v3.9.5 Plus
macOS 10.12 (Sierra) - 11 (Big Sur) | Intel & M1 Release Notes
With coconutBattery you are always aware of your current battery health. It shows you live information about the battery in your Mac, iPhone and iPad including:
You are also able to save the current health information, so you can see the changes of your battery over time.
If you like coconutBattery and want to get the full flavour you should have a look at coconutBattery Plus
If you would like to get the latest features first and the best experience of this app or just want to support the future development: Upgrade to coconutBattery Plus
Of course there's a free trial where you can try the features of the Plus-Upgrade for 14 consecutive starts of coconutBattery
|iOS (7-14) Battery Diagnostic||iOS (7-14) Battery Diagnostic|
|Mac Battery Diagnostic||Mac Battery Diagnostic|
|Save Battery Health Info||Save Battery Health Info|
|Battery Details in Menu Bar||Battery Details in Menu Bar|
|WiFi Support||WiFi Support|
|iOS Battery Lifetime Analyzer||iOS Battery Lifetime Analyzer|
|iOS Advanced Viewer||iOS Advanced Viewer|
|Mac Advanced Viewer||Mac Advanced Viewer|
|Custom printing templates||Custom printing templates|
When you have enabled Wi-Fi syncing on your iOS device you don't need to connect the device via USB any more to check its health via coconutBattery
If supported by the battery the Lifetime Analyzer will show you lifetime information about your iOS battery like maximum/minimum and average temperature, voltage and charge/discharge rate ranges and battery operating time. You can find the Analyzer in the "Tools" Menu in the Menu Bar.
The advanced viewer shows more information about your iOS device.
Depending on your device it also shows the production facility and the manufacture date of your device battery and much more
Among all the tips these should be the most practical:
"Design capacity" is the capacity your battery should have, when it left the factory. As battery manufacturing is still a more or less chemical process, it may be higher (congratulations) or lower when it is put into your MacBook.
Before coconutBattery can access the device you have to "trust" your Mac on the device.
If you haven't received this popup from iOS yet, please try to connect the device via USB, open iTunes (or Finder in Catalina) and navigate to your iOS device. This should force up all the trust dialogs from iOS and macOS
iOS uses a defensive calculated battery capacity value to define 100% (and the percentage calculation). coconutBattery reads out the raw battery data and can give you more precise information.
(for example you will see that the device actually is still charging when iOS tells you that it is fully charged).
Cells inside current SSD devices can only be written a finite amount of time.
To make sure the drive will hold as long as possible the all SSD devices contain an intelligent firmware which is distributing writes evenly across the drive.
These algorithms are monitoring any write activity and are calculating a so called "Wear Level" or "Lifetime used" value which is an indicator of the remaining endurance of the drive (i.e. if 10% of the SSD lifetime has been used this means that the drive as reached 10% of its estimated lifespan)
A "Lifetime used" of 100% does not indicate imminent drive failure but is a good indicator of overall health of the drive.
Please open iTunes (or Finder in macOS Catalina and above) and switch to your iOS device. Please enable the "Sync with this iPhone/iPad over Wi-Fi" option (or the "Show this iPhone/iPad when on Wi-Fi" in macOS Catalina and above))
|iTunes||Finder in macOS Catalina and above|
If you have any question feel free to contact me via email
chris (at) coconut-flavour.com