Should You Charge Your Phone Overnight ?
23.Feb.2017
img Usually people like to charge their phone before they go to bed at night, thinking it's best with a fully charged device in the next morning.
Is this a good idea? That depends.
This is,many people do not want to keep their mobile phone more than two years. Mostly, experts say, people are not going to notice much damage to their phone batteries before they start using a new device. If this sounds like you, freely to charge every night as you like.
But frequent charging takes a toll on the lithium ion batteries in our phones. And it's not because they can be overcharged, a spokesman for Anker, which produces phone chargers.
The lithium ion battery can be overcharged,one people which produce mobile phone chargers from Anker, said. "Smart phones, in fact, is smart, they know when to stop charging."
Phones both with android or IOS are equipped with chips that protect them from absorbing excess electrical current once they are fully charged. So in theory, any damage from charging your phone the whole night with an official or trustworthy none-offical charger, should be ignorable.
However, the charging is itself bad for your phone's battery.
Here's why.
Most phones allows their batteries to accept more current faster. Hatem Zeine, a chief scientist and founder of wireless charging company, says the technology enables phones to adjust to the amount of charge that a charger is capable of supplying ,increasing the speed at which the lithium ions in the battery travel from one side to the other. But this charging also leads lithium-ion/ lithium polymer batteries to corrode faster than they would " When you charge fast, you limit the battery's lifespan ” Mr. Zeine said.
Is there a solution?
If you want to preserve a lithium-ion battery beyond the normal lifetime , expert advise people to use a charger meant for a less powerful device, though he couldn't guarantee that it all would work.
"For example, if you used an iPhone charger on an iPad Pro, it will charge very slowly”,Mr. Zeine said. “If the electronics are right, they can actually preserve the battery because you’re always charging it slowly.”
People looking to preserve their batteries should make sure their phones don’t become overheated,  because high temperatures further excite the lithium-ion in batteries, leading to even quicker deterioration. The temperatures above 95 degrees Fahrenheit (or 35 Celsius) on batteries can “permanently damage battery”
Given the constant demand for new phones , charging overnight might not be a point of great concern for many people.
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