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9 hidden tips to increase the battery life of iPhone

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9 hidden tips to increase the battery life of iPhone 
Smartphone is meant to be connected to the world all the time but due to the battery draining issue we all the iPhone users face usually, we end up getting connected to the charging plugs.

The biggest issue all the smartphone users are facing, especially iPhone users as Android users have somewhere option of having bigger battery device. So today we have collected the 9 hidden tips to increase the battery life of iPhone.

Turn Down the Volume

Using headphones rather than the speaker obviously reduces battery usage, but if you look into Settings > Music, you can also set a volume limit and turn off EQ. It might only save you a tiny bit of power, but you never know – it might let you send that one last message before the wheel of death appears.
Turn Off iCloud

Auto-backup can be handy for storing pics you don’t want to lose (just make sure the password is secure – but that’s a different issue). Unfortunately, like all things that are useful, it can also zap your battery quicker than you can say ‘anyone got a charger?’ One of the reasons it’s so draining is that some apps have auto-backup on by default, so if you don’t need everything up in the cloud, make sure you’ve toggled off anything you’re not using under Settings > iCloud.

Stop Closing All Apps

There was an old saying way back in, erm, 2015, that if you double-tapped the Home button and swiped all the apps up, it would save your battery. Well if you’re still doing it, stop. The vast majority of apps are developed to not do anything when not in use, and you’ll actually end up saying bye to more battery by doing the double-tap-and-quit.
Switch Push Email Off

Getting every email as soon as it comes in might be useful if the world rests on your shoulders. However, if you value your battery over minute-by-minute spam updates, switch your email settings from Push to Fetch or Manual by tapping Settings > Mail > Accounts. You can set timings to check for new emails, and with Manual, it will update each time you take a look.

Kill Push Notifications From Apps

Phone buzzing every time your lives have renewed on Super Mario Run? Switch off the notifications you don’t really need by heading to Settings > Notifications and toggling off any that you can live without.

Reduce Screen Brightness

A bright screen will drain your battery faster than any other functionality so dimming it down will have an immediate effect. Your iPhone handily comes with auto-brightness, which is great when you need it to be responsive in the bright sunshine or pitch black, but for day-to-day life, slide it to the lowest setting that’s readable.

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Enable Airplane Mode

Developed to stop your phone interfering while mile high, Airplane mode can be a magical fix for your battery woes (providing you don’t need to actually use your phone). Disabling Wi-Fi, 4G, 3G and Bluetooth, it can extend your battery life and actually uses up less power than repeatedly switching the device on and off.

Opt For Wi-Fi (But Keep Wi-Fi Off When Not In Use)

There’s no sign you’re home like the Wi-Fi connecting automatically. Using a recognized Wi-Fi network will save more juice than using your 4G, but if you’re out and about having your iPhone constantly scanning for something to tether to will Siri-only sap your battery.

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Turn Off Automatic Downloads

Updating your music and apps automatically is obviously a useful tool, but it will take a bite out of your battery life (and a chunk of your data, too). You can go halfway and switch these to use Wi-Fi only under Settings > iTunes & App Store, or go the whole hog and switch off automatic downloads. Just don’t forget to update it manually or god forbid, you might still be listening to 2016’s greatest hits.

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