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This is why your iPhone battery performance is going down

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This is why your iPhone battery performance is going down
We understand that the iPhone is the most loved product from Apple worldwide. Maximum of us want 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 a 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 a dependency on battery, yes sometimes draining battery plays a role of biggest experience spoiler with the device.

Today we are sharing the five possible reason which might be the reason why your iPhone battery performance is going down.

Must Read: 11 tips to increase the iPhone and iPad Battery life

Check for software updates




Software updates will often contain fixes that enhance battery life. You can check for OS updates right from the phone, instead of using a USB cable and syncing with iTunes. Simply head to Settings > General > Software Update.

The old power-saving standbys still help

You can still do all the basic, old-school things to improve battery life, such as reducing screen brightness, disabling Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and so on. The one that helps most here, in my experience, is screen brightness, but you still need to crank it up to see the Retina Display in bright sunlight.
Check for email manually




Push email is another perennial battery drain, albeit less so. Normally I set all accounts to receive updates manually (i.e. when I load the app), instead of at a set polling frequency or via "push." Head to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Fetch New Data, toggle Push at the top to Off, and then set Fetch to Manually.

Turn off Location Services and Frequent Locations

This is a big one, as hitting the iPhone's GPS constantly can blaze through your battery. Head to Settings > Privacy > Location Services to cap this behavior. You can tap the On/Off slider next to Location Services to turn all of them off, but you can also disable these services on an individual app basis below. Many apps don't need to know your whereabouts, especially in the background. Another one to be aware of is Frequent Locations, a relatively new feature that tracks where you are most often in order for apps to send you targeted ads; aside from being annoying, it also drains the battery. From Location Services, scroll down to Frequent Locations and turn it off.

Must Read: 11 tips to increase the iPhone and iPad Battery life




Turn off Background Refresh for apps you don't care about

This keeps the phone active and doing things in the background, including polling the data network, which reduces battery life. Go to Settings > General > Background App Refresh, and either turn it off globally or deactivate it for certain apps as you see fit. When you return to the app, it may take a moment longer to bring you new information, but it otherwise shouldn't have any effect on how the app works.


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