7 iPhone Battery Life Tips and Tricks

The problem of a dead battery will be familiar to every iPhone owner. But what solution to avoid it, perhaps use your phone less. Apple is good maximum performance out of the hardware in the iPhone that’s why the reason the iPhone battery is comparatively small is.

The first iPhone revealed with 1400mah battery, and seven years later the iPhone 6 has a 1810mah battery and the iPhone 6 plus offering 2910mah battery. Until the next big achievement in battery technology & charging comes along we’ll discuss the simple tips here you can follow to get more time & squeeze more juice from your battery.

Change display settings

Your display is costly to battery usage, so you want it to shut down quickly when you aren’t using it.

Go to Setting > General > Auto-lock and see if you can live with a shorter time before the screen auto-locks. Set the brightness as low as you can and only adjust it up when needed and you’ll save a decent chunk of power.

Keep an eye on signal strength

A weak signal is the biggest culprit for rapid battery drain. If you are in an area with a poor signal then you should switching Airplane mode on, which stops the constant searching that causes drain your battery quickly. You might consider use WI-FI instead of cellular data whenever possible too, it’s a great deal you can do about that offers a more stable connection and will stop all that battery using searching for a signal.

Turn off app notifications

Some apps will spam you with the pointless news. There are many apps which are sucking down some battery life. So cut them off. Go to settings > notification center and top on any apps you don’t want notifications from. Then select none under the alert style, and turn badge icon and sounds off.

Stop the animations

You don’t need animated backgrounds and ‘3D effects. They are fun but reducing the battery power. Pick a static image or a favorite photo in Settings > Wallpapers & Brightness, then choose Wallpapers and turn to Reduce Motion on in Settings > General > Accessibility.

Get email manually

There are some arguments about the benefits of push email, it really depends on how many emails you get and how often you have it sync. Assuming you are only going to check your email once every couple of hours, getting it manually gives you the maximum of your battery power.

Update selectively

Generally speaking, updates bring improvements. But it doesn’t hurt to check the feedback from others before you pull the trigger on a software update. Go to Settings > General > Software update to alter the automatic settings. Don’t let your content update automatically either.

Go to Settings > iTunes & App Store and consider turning all automatic downloads off. That way you can choose when to update.

Turn off Vibrations

You can turn off vibrations in Settings > Sound you can toggle ‘Vibrate on Ring to off’. Also, go to Settings > Sounds > New Mail > Vibration and set it to none. That way saves the battery life.