Staying battery-powered is one of the most annoying things that happen to us. Here are some tips to make your battery iPhone you take longer.
IPhone has a tool that discovers which applications consume more battery. To do this, go to Settings> Battery. Once the page loads, select "Last 10 Days". This option shows how the battery has been consumed in the last 10 days. Specifically, you can see, in percentages, how much battery each application consumes. If it consumes a lot of battery but you have not used it a lot, it is good to delete it.
Turn on low power mode
Low power consumption disables power-consuming features. "When the low power mode is turned on, your iPhone battery will last longer, but some features may take longer to update or complete," explains Apple. "Some tasks may also not work until you turn off Power Saving Mode or until you charge your iPhone to 80% or higher." To turn on Low Power Mode, go to Settings> Battery and change the "switch" at the top.
Turn on auto brightness
When your mobile screen is too bright, more energy is consumed. However, if you turn on auto brightness, you can save your battery to some extent, depending on the light around you, automatically adjusting the brightness of your mobile screen.
It is important to check the battery condition as it may need to be changed. Go to the Settings app and find the Battery section. Tap on it and then tap Battery Health (Beta) (this is done if you have an iPhone 6 or a newer model and if you have upgraded to a version of iOS 11.3 or higher). When you enter Battery Health, you will be able to see how long your battery lasts when compared to when you purchased it and whether it works efficiently or not. A battery needs upgrading when it is below 80%. Usually it is time to charge 500 times to get the battery at this rate. This means that most users will need to change the battery in less than 2 years. If the mobile has a warranty you can get a free battery from the Apple Store. Otherwise, you will need to pay.
Many mobile features consume a lot of battery power. It is good to turn them off. To do this, go to Settings> Privacy> Location Services.
Connect to WiFi
When connected to a WiFi network, your phone's battery ends quickly. However, it ends even faster when you use data to access the Internet. So if you want to connect to the internet, prefer WiFi.
Enable flight mode when you are not connected to any network
When there is no signal, turn on the flight mode, as this way the iPhone does not search for networks, so a battery is saved. Flight mode can be activated by going to Settings and pressing Airplane Mode.
Protect the battery
Excessively high or low temperatures can cause significant damage to the smartphone your. Very low temperatures can reduce battery life, albeit temporarily. On the other hand, too high temperatures can damage the battery. Apple gives some tips on these cases:
- Do not leave your phone in a car on days at high temperatures.
- Do not leave it phone in the sun for a long time.
- Do not use specific functions when making a lot of heat, such as GPS and so on.
- Do not use some apps like games for a long time.
- If you notice that your phone is overheating, stop using it and turn it off.