Apple is known for applying for all patents and once again owns another patent. The US Patent and Trademark Office announced this week that the company has provided a solution that can predict and warn users when the battery of a smartphone is depleted.
Apple Insider According to the report, the company hopes that its iPhone can predict its battery usage earlier so that users have more time to react. When the user may not always be able to connect the phone to the charger, this solution is absolutely useful for situations where there may be a business trip or a meeting. An Apple patent will allow the new system to help determine how long the battery can last in a day based on its last use.
Today, when the battery power drops to 20%, iPhone users will receive a low battery warning. However, the new patent is expected to make notifications smarter. For example, if the user forgets to charge the phone overnight, he will receive a low battery message before leaving home, allowing him to quickly recharge the battery or carry a power bank.
The new notification system will not only use data about current battery consumption, but also specifically use the following data: From the user’s location. In addition, the patent also stipulates that the new system will consider the user’s behavior on different days of the week. Apple users may have encountered this situation when they received notifications on their watches (for example, about commuting time on working days).
This solution does not seem to be new. However, it cannot be denied that it is common for you to forget to charge your phone or not notice that you have launched a power-hungry application in the background. With smarter notifications, users may become more calm, without worrying that they will be surprised by the complete discharge of their smartphones at unexpected moments.