Yes, you can use your phone while charging. (But we don’t suggest doing that.) There is no danger in using your phone while it’s charging. The myth that it is dangerous to use your phone while charging comes from fears about batteries overheating. However, modern smartphones have built-in safety features that prevent the battery from overheating.
When you use your phone while charging, the battery will charge at a slower rate than normal. This is because the phone is using some of the power that is being supplied by the charger to power itself. However, the phone will still charge eventually, even if you are using it heavily.
There are a few things to keep in mind if you plan on using your phone while charging:
- Avoid using your phone in hot environments. Heat can cause batteries to overheat, so it is best to avoid using your phone in direct sunlight or in a hot car.
- Do not use a third-party charger that is not from a reputable brand. Using a cheap or counterfeit charger can damage your phone’s battery.
- If your phone starts to feel hot, stop using it and unplug it from the charger. Overheating can damage the battery and shorten its lifespan.
Overall, there is no danger in using your phone while charging. Just be sure to use it in a safe environment and avoid using a cheap or counterfeit charger.