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6 tips to increase iPhone battery life

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6 tips to increase iPhone battery life
When we talk about the Smartphone, we have relied on our life just like we rely on oxygen and electronic products. Naturally, this makes us have the higher demand to the better life of smartphones, and hope they can last longer between charges. 

However, they are just beautiful wishes. Most of us find our mobile phone and tablet battery draining fast, especially, iPhone and iPad.  But the biggest problem we face with our Smartphone (iPhone & iPad) is the battery problem.





Today in this article we are going to talk about the 6 tips which will help you save lots of battery on your device at the day end.

Turn off background app refresh

You don't need every single app you've downloaded on your iPhone to be refreshing in the background so turn off the ones you don't need.

Unfortunately, this means going into each app individually to check if background refresh is on, but it will be worth it if you have your iPhone to order your Uber at the end of the night. Head into Settings and scroll down to see all the apps on your device.



Turn display Auto-Lock to 30 seconds





Most of us turn to hit the power button to check for notifications or the time, but it's easy to forget to hit the power button again to turn the display back off.

Making sure Auto-Lock is set to the shortest possible time, which is 30 seconds, will ensure your display isn't using power for longer than necessary.

Avoid constantly turning your screen on

As we said above, many of us have a habit of constantly turning our screens on even when we know we haven't had a message and we looked at the time two minutes ago.





Try and avoid turning your display on unnecessarily as much as you can. It sucks a lot of power, which you could use for more important things.

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Turn on airplane mode when signal is weak

Searching for signal is one of the biggest power munchers so if you are in an area that has weak or no signal, consider turning airplane mode on or turning mobile data off.

Airplane mode is not ideal as it means you'll get no calls, messages or anything else coming through but it will save your battery and it can be done easily, swiping up from the bottom of the home screen.

Turning mobile data off will mean your iPhone will still receive calls and texts but it won't be constantly searching for 3G. To do this, head to Settings > Mobile Data and toggle Mobile Data off.





Turn location tracking off

Tracking location means your iPhone is constantly using Wi-Fi networks, Bluetooth, and built-in GPS to pinpoint where you are, which obviously will use battery power.

If you aren't using a specific app that requires your location data to get you somewhere then turn it off.

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Turn vibration off





Vibration alerts are useful, especially if your iPhone is on silent, but they require the use of the motor and that motor needs juice from the battery.

To do this, head to Settings > Sounds and toggle Vibrate on Ring and Vibrate on Silent off.

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