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6 common things that you are doing wrong on your iPhone

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6 things that you are doing wrong on your iPhone 
iPhone is one of the best device available in that market and is full of features that can help you make your day easier. Many of us is making the full use of the device and extracting the maximum juice out of it.




But wait, what if I say you might be doing whole lots of things wrong on your device. Today in this article we are going to talk about 6 things that you might be doing wrong on your device.

Leaving the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on all the time




When your iPhone has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth enabled and isn't using one or both, it's just wasting energy. As you wander around in your daily life, you're not likely going to need or want Wi-Fi or Bluetooth all the time. You're better leaving both off, and just turning them on when you need them.

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Using it outside in extreme weather




Your iPhone isn't meant to withstand super hot or super cold temperatures, and using it outside when it's under 32 degrees or above 95 degrees Fahrenheit isn't recommended. You can drain the battery, or your phone might shut off temporarily. Try keeping your iPhone off in extreme weather or at least in your pocket, away from the elements.

Allowing location services on all your apps, all the time

Apps like Uber and Maps need access to your "location services" to work properly, and they'll tell you when they need you to turn on that feature. Others can function just fine with location services turned off. Head over to Settings > Privacy > Location Services to deactivate the feature or simply switch it off for all your non-essential apps. Your battery will thank you.

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Enabling push notifications on every single app

Push notifications effectively keep your phone on high alert and require a constant data connection, which can exhaust your battery. Your display also lights up every time your phone receives a notification, guzzling up more battery life. Researchers have even found that notifications can destroy your focus. Go to Settings > Notifications and select only the important apps.

Not cleaning it




Your iPhone is disgusting. Like, really disgusting. Toilet seats and pet food dishes contain fewer germs per square inch than your iPhone. Apple recommends that you use "a soft, lint-free cloth" to clean your device. There are also products that claim to use UV lights to sanitize your phone. But don't forget to clean your phone's charging port! Debris from pockets and purses can get stuck in there and build up over time, which may cause connection problems when you plug something into that port. Use a toothpick, small needle or even the back of an earring to scrape all that grossness out.

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Leaving it plugged in overnight

Letting your iPhone charge while you sleep might be convenient, but some say it's not a good idea. There has been much debate regarding the issue, but many argue that keeping your iPhone plugged in after it's already fully charged can damage your battery over time, and it could start dying more quickly. "Your battery will behave the best if you take it off the charge before it hits 100 percent, and leaving it plugged when it's already full is going to cause a little degradation," Gizmodo wrote last year. Try charging it during the day so you can unplug it once it's fully charged, or using an outlet that shuts off via a timer.


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