What Happens if You Leave Your iPhone Charging Overnight

Like a mistreated starlet, nature often gets a bum deal in the movies. When the light is good, you can always just turn the camera on it and make a pretty picture. But it takes a great deal of care—your eyes need to learn to listen, perhaps, to all that’s in front of them—to capture its fierce, hushed awesomeness.

Polish filmmaker Jerzy Skolimowski does that, and more, in his intimate zephyr of a film EO, the story of a donkey who journeys from Poland to Italy, experiencing kindness and its stark opposite at the hands of humans, communing with the other animals and flora around him, sometimes even just picking up scents, and secrets, carried on the breeze. This is a sad story, but not a punishing one; it draws out a kind of joyful melancholy. Animal lovers—and Skolimowski himself is one—may find it difficult to watch at times. (I don’t recommend it for kids.) But this great and unpredictable filmmaker, now 84, takes great care with his donkey, and with our feelings. Any violence takes place off-screen, maybe not so much to soften the effect but out of respect for his main character and for us. The last thing Skolimowski and his cowriter, Ewa Piaskowska (also his wife), want to do is to throw us out of the movie and its delicate spell. There is no more beautiful-looking film this year; shot by Michal Dymek, it often looks lit from within, glowing as softly as a lantern. And even beyond that, EO may be one of the greatest movies ever made about the spirit of animals, as much as we can know it.

How Can You Get the Most Out of Your Batteries?

The easiest solution is to charge your battery only when you can monitor it. This way, you can stick to the recommended margins of around 30-80% and maximize its lifespan. This means fully charging your phone before bed or after you wake up, rather than letting it trickle charge all night long.

Another option is to invest in a “smart charger” which you can schedule to turn off after a specified number of hours. This way, you can charge your phone overnight with no worries of burning up its lifespan.

Conclusion

As you can see, leaving your iPhone to charge overnight is not a good idea. Not only does it reduce the lifespan of the battery, but it can also cause the battery to overheat. The battery might catch fire leading to bodily injuries. To avoid this, ensure to have a power bank and carry your charger.

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