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Seven unknown tips to save battery on iPhone

iPhone Battery tips
Seven unknown tips to save battery on iPhone 
You are using your iPhone whole day then we believe that the biggest problem you must be facing is the Battery problem. We understand that battery consumption also depends upon the usage of your device, but there are some tips which can help you get the extended battery life on your device.




Today in this article we are sharing seven such tips which will help you get maximum battery life depending upon your usage.

Let it snooze

We all need a rest from notifications, especially the random ones likes the notification from games app and like those.

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If you are also irritated with such notifications then, slide up on your home screen and hit the moon button to put it on Do Not Disturb. You'll be able to use your phone as you normally would, but the lack of alerts will save tons of juice, according to Info World.

Notifications are one of the biggest battery consumption sources from your iPhone and as we get more apps it keeps increasing.

Optimize battery

When you are not using your iPhone, mainly when hanging out with your family, friends or in office, go ahead and let your phone operate on low battery power. Head to General, Battery, and check Low Power Mode for more efficient power delegation that automatically enables once you hit 20% battery. Once you’re there, double check that you’ve clicked Battery Percentage underneath so you know exactly how much juice you have before your device turns off.

Adjust your lighting




You might not realize how unnecessarily bright your screen is, to make the experience better. You may have turned it on to its full brightness capacity to help you find the remote control behind the couch that one time, but for everyday use, minimal brightness will do just fine. Go to General, Display & Brightness, and adjust accordingly. Switch to Auto-Brightness so your screen can illuminate itself in sunlight, and dim itself in the dark, where you need less light to see.

Shut off automatic updates

If you’re the type to receive hundreds of emails a day, automatic notifications are a huge power-suck. To start: head to Settings, Mail, Contacts and Calendars, and then under Fetch New Data, uncheck Push, according to PC Mag. You’ll save so much battery going to your email app and manually refreshing your inbox. Plus, you won’t get annoying beeps and buzzes when you’re just trying to stay focused in class.

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Shut off Background Refresh

Your iPhone is a beautiful thing in that its Background Refresh function takes care of itself throughout the day, like a cactus that doesn’t require water for maintenance. Through an algorithm, Background Refresh detects when you’re most likely to open an app (8 a.m. Instagram scrolling on the bus, perhaps?) and then loads the most recent data so you don't miss a beat. But if you’re looking to keep your phone alive all day, head to Settings, General, Background App Refresh, and then turn off the feature completely or select only certain apps, according to iMore. Loading your friends' photos manually is a small sacrifice when you think about all the battery you're saving.

Disable Location Services




Not only can automatically detecting your location be a potential breach of privacy, but it’s eating up your battery without you even knowing it. Many apps you use suck up tons of power detecting where you are, so either geo tag that brunch with caution, or go to Settings, Privacy, Location Services, and turn off System Services, according to Macworld, on any individual apps that, save for a couple minor features, function perfectly fine without your location, like Camera or Snapchat.

Use Good Chargers


A good bargain is hard to resist, but when you’re getting thrifty with chargers, you’ll end up paying more in the long run. Apple chargers designed for your iPhone help them run optimally and with enough battery power to last you the day. Purchase a reasonable off-brand model, and you’re still in the safe zone. But shell out a couple bucks for a knockoff and you might even do permanent damage to your device, according to an experiment by Lifehacker.

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