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10 tips which will help you to boost your iPhone Battery (Part 1)

iPhone Battery tips and tricks
10 tips which will help you to boost your iPhone Battery (Part 1)
We understand that the iPhone is most loved product from Apple worldwide. Maximum of us wants to own the latest product of Apple and iPhone is on the top of the list. We at App Gyaan tried to give our readers all the details which can help them to get maximum of their device, in this series we share great tips about the device.

One of the biggest dependencies of the today’s technology is dependency on battery, yes sometimes draining battery plays a role of biggest experience spoiler with the device.

 When it comes to iPhone, complains about the battery is on the higher side. Today in this article we are going to talk about the 10 tips which will help you to boost your iPhone Battery life. These tips will also help you to get your iPhone to last a little bit longer when you're away for the weekend without your charging cable; during a power cut; or when you're pootling along on a slow train, trying to coax your iPhone into surviving what would otherwise be a long and boring journey home. So let’s start, in this part we are covering 5 tips and second part will follow.  

Quitting Apps will not help in saving Battery

Ok so first tip in the list is the biggest myths breaker, as a common practice all the iPhone user has this belief that closing all the used apps will help to save the battery. So we would like to make it clear that this practice will not help you to save the juice of your iPhone.

In the recent update, Apple Store Genius Scotty Loveless explains that when you close an app you take it out of RAM, this means that when you open it again the iPhone has to load it back into memory. "All of that loading and unloading puts more stress on your device than just leaving it alone," he writes.

Recently Apple CEO Tim Cook was asked in a mail “"Do you quit your multitasking apps frequently and is this necessary for battery life? Just wanting you to put this controversy to rest!" And Federighi stepped in to reply "I know you asked Tim, but I'll at least offer my input: No and No."  

Further he explained "Unless you have enabled Background App Refresh, your apps are not allowed to run in the background unless they are playing music, using location services, recording audio, or the sneakiest of them all: checking for incoming VOIP calls, like Skype. All of these exceptions, besides the latter, will put an icon next to your battery icon to alert you it is running in the background."

Use iOS 9's Low Power Mode

iOS 9 has given it’s user the power of saving battery with Low Power Mode, yes you can turn on the Low Power Mode to save the Battery on your device and it will help you to extend the Battery life of your iPhone.

The Low Power Mode isn't activated by default, your device switches to this option, when you hit 20% remaining power: you'll see a warning flash up and the option to turn on Low Power Mode. Once you accept the warning, you will notice that the battery indicator turns orange rather than red (or the green it would be if you had plenty of power). The mode will be switched off again automatically when you charge past 80%.

You can also enable Low Power Mode manually, just go to Setting > Battery and turn Low Power Mode on
Track the Battery usage by Apps

One of the best ways of controlling thing is monitoring, yes Apple has introduced the battery monitoring system from iOS 8 where you can monitor which App is using the maximum juice of your device.

To monitor this you have to go to Settings > General > Battery and scroll down to see which of your apps were the biggest battery guzzlers in the past 24 hours, or last 7 days. You will see list, mostly the App which you use the most will lead the list, but you might see the app which is not being used much but draining the battery a lot. As per the importance of the app you can get rid of that. This will help you to save some extra juice.

Turn down brightness

Brightness of the screen is also one of the biggest source of draining your device Juice, lighting the pixels on your device's Retina display requires a lot of energy. In fact, in testing, excessive screen brightness was the single biggest iPhone battery killer we found. At full brightness, an iPhone 5 lasted 6 hours, 21 minutes while playing 720p video. When we set the screen to half brightness, the phone lasted 9 hours, 48 minutes. That's a huge difference.

So, if you use the iPhone on full brightness, reduce it now and it will help you get more battery power on your device.

Stop vibration on your device  

Yes you read it right Vibration mode is one of the factors which takes lot of power on your device. Head to Settings > Sounds and turn off both of the vibrate options, there are many option of ringtone is available which will help you to get the notification of your device, we recommend to use those.

These are first five tips which will help you to get maximum out of your device; soon we will publish the next part with another 5 tips. Till that, let us know what you do to save battery on your device in comment section below.

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