Why is battery calibration important?
I wonder not just why battery calibration is important, but also what are the (temporary or permanent) effects of doing it correctly or incorrectly on my new iPhone 5 battery.
There are a couple of good answers to questions about why battery life is short, but I would like a concise explanation of all aspects.
ifixit says "for optimal performance... drain battery below 10%, then charge UNINTERRUPTED to 100%.
My battery started at 40% and has dropped to 14% overnight. How can I drive it lower, so I can complete the calibration ASAP? (I went to settings/general/usage/battery usage, activated settings like bluetooth and personal hotspot, are there other ways I could use battery more quickly?)
Is this a good question?