How To Easily Disable Clean Energy Charging Feature In iPhone

Apple has long been devoted to environmental concerns, and if you’ve recently watched one of the company’s launch events, you’ll notice that it has increased the time it devotes to discussing the environment and related issues. The Cupertino-based tech giant has added a new function to the iPhones known as Clean Energy Charging in keeping with the company’s objectives.

Currently, the feature is only available on Apple iPhones in the United States and only for users whose smartphones are running iOS 16.1 or a newer version of the operating system.

This feature allows the device to learn the user’s charging preferences and attempt to reduce carbon emissions by only charging when lower-emission electricity is available. The Clean Electrical Feature of the phone is triggered to forecast carbon emissions in the nearby energy grid when it is plugged into a charger. Together with Optimized Battery Charging, it works to understand your charging patterns. Over time, the feature forecasts and makes an effort to lessen the carbon footprint.

Here is a step-by-step guide on how to quickly and easily disable the Clean Energy Charging feature using the Settings app on your Apple iPhone. The Clean Energy Charging feature is active by default, but if you wish to turn it off for any reason, click here.

How to easily disable Clean Energy Charging in iPhone

Step 1: Open the Settings application on your iPhone.

Step 2: When the app opens, tap on the “Battery” option.

Step 3: On the Battery settings page, select the “Battery Health & Charging” option.

Step 4: Then, disable the toggle switch for the “Clean Energy Charging” feature.

I’m done now. The Clean Energy Charging feature on your smartphone has been disabled once you have completed the above step-by-step instructions on your Apple iPhone.

Only American smartphones running iOS 16.1 or a more recent version of the operating system now have access to the feature. But in the near future, we anticipate the corporation to provide the Clean Energy Charging capability to more of its hardware products and other geographical areas.

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