Your laptop battery is not meant to last forever, and unfortunately, it may not even last long enough. Partly this is because the nature of lithium-ion batteries is to deteriorate over time. Partly, it is because manufacturers design them that way so you can upgrade.
As you may or may not know, lithium-ion batteries have become the gold standard in various aspects of our lives. Whether it’s our smartphones, laptops, or even cars, lithium-ion is the go-to pick for manufacturers.
Nuclear power and apple; one generates power through the use of fission reactions while the other generates profit through the use of fan reactions. At first glance, it would seem like the two have nothing in common.
If you’re like most people, then you probably don’t think about your smartphone battery much until it starts to die — or explode, for Galaxy 7 owners. However, there’s actually a lot of interesting and nuanced information on these power cells that could be useful to know.
Batteries used to be seen as the little sticks that powered your remote control or flashlight. Nowadays, they’re in basically everything we use from our laptops to our smartphones and even our cars thanks to a certain Elon Musk.