Today, many phones have non-removable batteries. In order to be able to replace it correctly, you should then use the official company services. To improve understanding of battery details, the European Union will force manufacturers to make some changes to electronic equipment.
With the introduction of the changes, advertisements that mislead users as to the number of charging cycles that a single battery unit in a smartphone can withstand will be banned. The new regulations will also oblige manufacturers to support chargers and cables from third-party manufacturers in their products. In addition, titles such as "climate neutral" and "environmentally friendly" used in advertisements will have to be supported by strong evidence. The European Union also wants to introduce clear regulations on the costs of a potential battery replacement in the device.