First, maintaining a proper charge and discharge of a lithium-ion battery can extend battery life. Maintaining a lithium-ion battery at 10% to 90% helps protect the battery. This means that you don't have to reach the maximum value when charging batteries for digital products such as mobile phones and laptops.
Digital products with lithium-ion batteries are exposed to sunlight or stored in hot cars. It is best to turn them off, because if the operating temperature exceeds 60 degrees Celsius, the lithium-ion battery will accelerate aging.
Lithium battery charging temperature range: 0 ~ 45 degrees Celsius, lithium battery discharge temperature range 0 ~ 60 degrees Celsius.
Second, if the phone battery needs to be recharged every day, the reason may be that the battery is defective, or it should be “retired”.
For the notebook owner, if the plug is plugged in for a long time, it is best to remove the battery (the high heat generated by the computer during use is not good for the laptop battery).
Third, under normal circumstances, 50% of the power is most conducive to lithium-ion battery storage.