Do you ever feel like your iPhones battery is draining faster than it usually would? Here are some tips which will help you to improve battery life and the performance in iPhone and iPad.
When it comes to a battery life. iOS devices are likely to eat up more power than any other mobile devices. It is because of the size of the battery is small and it has low mAh compared to the other devices. There’s a solution to fix battery issue problem.
Let’s see that:
- Turn of Background refresh: Go to Settings > General > Background App Refresh Toggle.
- Turn on Auto Brightness & turn off raises to wake go to settings-Display & Brightness and enable Auto-Brightness.
- Turn of Assistive Touch: This feature is designed for people who have difficulty in touching the screen, it will be auto switched on after iOS update, so you can turn it off. Go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Assistive Touch. Switch it off.
- Turn off Siri: Siri is always listening, so it always using the battery. If you not always use Siri, you can turn it off. Go to Settings > Siri and search toggle off.
- Turn of vibration: Vibration alerts are useful especially if your iPhone is on silent, but they require the use of battery too. You can do this by going to settings > sounds and toggle vibrate on Ring and vibrate on silent off.
- Turn off Notifications: You can turn off some notification that you not often needed to know, which saves the battery. To do this, go to settings > Notifications, you will see a list of apps on your iPhone and filter according to that.
- Use Low Power Mode: Using low power mode is the simplest and most directed method to save battery. To turn this off, go to settings > Battery > Turn low power mode on.
- Turn off Wi-Fi/Bluetooth/Cellular Data Completely: Go to Settings-app-Wi-Fi/Bluetooth/Cellular – Turn off each of them.
- Disable Automatic mail fetch: Go to settings > Accounts & password and disable push and select manually fetch.
- Disable UI Motion: Go to settings > General > Accessibility > Reduce Motion and toggle on the reduce motion switch.