I have an iPhone SE and I have noticed the battery drainage is quicker when outside and in the winter.
I have heard some websites and people say that batteries drain faster in cold. Is this true?
I know another reason it could drain faster outside is because I’m using Cellular Data and not WiFi.
One quote I found:
When lithium-ion batteries are exposed to cold temperatures, their performance suffers. When cold, a phone battery can drain faster than normal, or it might say it has ample power remaining and then suddenly go dead.
My phone has recently saying it has ample power and then turns off like it said in the quote.
Is this true and is there an official statement from Apple?