Apple’s iOS 16 comes with a new Clean Energy Charging option which optimizes charging times by selectively charging your device when cleaner energy sources are available. The feature works in conjunction with Optimized Battery Charging to learn your charging patterns. Over time, Clean Energy Charging learns to enable itself when you are at your usual locations such as your home. However, you may want to disable Clean energy charging for the following reason.
When Clean Energy Charging, charging may be suspended. So, if you need to change your device sooner, you can choose to disable Clean Energy Charging. Here’s how.
Learn how to disable Clean Energy Charging on iPhone
- Launch Settings from the Home screen of your iPhone.
- Scroll to Battery.
- Tap on Battery Health & Charging.
- Disable the Clean Energy Charging toggle.
- Now, you can either choose to turn off Clean Energy Charging until tomorrow or you can choose to completely disable the feature. Note that you can always follow the same aforementioned steps to enable it.
We hope this guide helped you learn how to disable Clean Energy Charging on your iPhone. If you have any questions, let us know in the comments below.
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