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How to save Battery on iPhone

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What is the most important thing when it comes to mobiles? It’s definitely not the screen size or the storage space. It’s the battery. Anyone who’s used an iPhone has observed that while this smartphone is more powerful than its counterparts, this comes with a cost: battery life.

In this article we’ve got some amazing battery-saving tips and tricks that might help you keep your battery running all day long. These tricks that will not only save battery on iPhone, but also improve its overall performance.

Here are the 10 tips we’ve found to be useful.

1. Turn Off the Background App Refresh
Go to Settings > General > Background App Refresh

2. Stop the Motion Effects
Go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Reduce Motion > and toggle the switch to ON

3. Enable the Low Power Mode
Go to Settings > Battery > Low Power Mode > and toggle the switch to ON

4. Turn on Auto-Brightness
Go to Settings > Display & Brightness >and toggle the Auto-Brightness switch to ON

5. Set the screen to lock quicker
Go to Settings > General > Auto Lock > Set your iPhone to sleep after one minute of inactivity.

6. Find what are your battery killers
Go to Settings > Battery > Scroll down to see which of your Apps are the biggest battery drainers in the last 24 hours, or last 7 days

7. Turn off the location services

Go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services > and toggle the switch to OFF

8. Disable the Bluetooth
a. Go to > Settings > Bluetooth > and toggle the switch to OFF
b. Swipe up from the bottom of your iPhone screen to access Control Center > Tap on Bluetooth icon switch it off.

9. Turn Off the Wi-Fi When not in use
a. Go to > Settings > Wi-Fi > and toggle the switch to OFF
b. Swipe up from the bottom of your iPhone screen to access Control Center > Tap on Wi-Fi icon switch it off.

10. Allow Notifications from Selected Apps only
Go to Settings > Notifications > Select the Apps > and toggle the Allow Notifications switch to OFF

Do you have more tips on how to save battery on iPhone? Share with us in the comments below and we would add to the above list.



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Saahil Tuteja

Saahil Tuteja

A software engineer by profession, Saahil is a gadget enthusiast and a fervent Apple lover. He loves exploring new technologies and playing Tennis in his leisure time.

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