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Tips to Save Battery Life on Your iPhone

We are so dependent on these tiny devices that being with this device without enough charge to do what we need, is like being in nowhere with nothing to do.

Below we’re going to give you some tips and tricks to save battery life in your iPhone. The iPhone XS Max should last at least 10 hours and with these tips you could last at least one to two hours more.

Let’s get started:

1. Actívate low power mode

When you have it enabled everything in the background doesn’t work, only the essential like calls. One thing to have in mind is that it will be activated only if your Iphone’s battery is below 80 percent.

Head over to Settings > Battery and it will be activated. You’ll know it is activated because the color of your battery status is turned to yellow.

2. Adjust Screen Brightness

First, activate auto-brightness. Navigate to Settings > General > Accessibility > Display Accommodations and toggle Auto-Brightness to on.

3. Turn off location services

Location services are helpful for apps like Google Maps or Yelp, but those GPS pings can wear down a battery quick. Turn off location services completely via Settings > Privacy > Location Services.

4. Turn Off Background App Refresh

When an iOS app is closed it will keep running de a bit and then it will enter in a suspended state. When background app refresh active the suspended app can still check for update and new content, a process that will drain your battery life.

To disable it navigate to Settings > General > Background App Refresh.

5. Disable iCloud photos

Apple’s iCloud Photos feature send photos you take on your phone to the cloud, so you can access them on other devices and the web. But yes, sending those photos to the cloud requires battery power. If you want to take the risk, disable this via Settings > Photos > iCloud Photos.

6. Disable Active Listening

iOS devices support a feature that you just say “Hey, Siri” then you ask any question without even touching your iPhone and it will respond. If you don’t use it too much you can turn off this feature to help with the battery life of your iPhone.

To disable jus go to to Settings > Siri & Search, where you can disable “Listen for ‘Hey Siri.”

Richard Sabinohttp://itspecialistdr.com
I like to share Information Technology News and how-to tips with all the people around me. I created this blog to reach the most people I can.

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