We are now in the mobile era. Just when we thought that the laptop is the most mobile device we have ever put our hands on, then comes the smartphones. When it comes to computing, iPhones like most smartphones, have gained traction in the recent years. The reason for the increase in popularity for the smartphone industry is the convenience that goes along with it. Imagine fitting a notebook, an organizer, a calendar, a calculator, a mail box, a phone inside your pocket.
Google has recognized that this shift in users’ preference is material enough to alter Google’s algorithms to mobile-first indexing which means that sites are ranked based primarily on the mobile version of its content.
iPhones, along with other smartphones, are now working their way to be desktop replacements. It is important that an iPhone will remain on power on the times that you want it running. The tips below will help you minimize cell phone repair costs and will keep your next purchase of iPhone battery delayed by a few months.
Take note that this article is not intended for phones that need to see an iPhone repair center. If your cellphone battery is defective, go to a cell phone repair shop. Never attempt to open your iPhone nor replace the battery on it. Leave the difficult tasks to the experts.
Keep Your iPhone Battery Running Longer
Maximize your iPhone battery usage by doing these tips.
1. Enable Low Power Mode. You can go to Home > Settings > Battery > Low Power Mode to enable Low Power Mode on your iPhone. When Low Power Mode is enabled some apps may not fetch data, brightness will be adjusted to lower levels, back ground refresh for most apps will be disabled in an attempt to save battery juice.
2. Use darker themes. Darker themes use less battery power than brighter ones. Use dark wallpapers with matching dark icons to come up with a dark theme for your iPhone.
3. Check what apps are eating up your battery. Go to Home > Settings > Battery > Battery Usage to see the top apps that have been using your phone battery.
4. Turn off location services. Location services allow your phone to use its location system services to determine your current location to give you better services and suggestions. If you are not using your location services, or do not know what the feature is for, turn it off by going to Home > Settings > Privacy > Location Services.
5. Terminate unused but opened apps. Some apps run in the background and may consume your iPhone’s battery. Check your opened apps and force close them to ensure that they won’t be running while minimized. To show what apps are open on your iPhone, double tap the Home button. From the windows of open apps on your iPhone, swipe UP to close the app.
6. Adjust email fetching. Control how often your iPhone checks for emails. The iPhone will adjust the Send and Receive actions based on the chosen fetching interval. The lesser is the fetching interval; the lesser is the power used. To adjust mail fetching intervals go to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Fetch New Data.
No one wants a dead iPhone. Though is it easy to charge an iPhone, unexpected circumstances may prevent users from charging. Learning how to save iPhone battery life will save you that extra hour or two to be used on iPhone’s more important functions.
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