Smartphone makers are pushing to such an extent to bring out the best product from their inventory. And the result has been satisfactory over the years—higher-resolution displays, faster processors, expanded storage. But devoid of such enhancements most users still question the battery backup.
And if you are one of those (including me) who suffer from low battery anxiety, you might either have a habit of charging the phone frequently or just deleting the app every now and then to save some extra juice. could. Here are some best practices to get the most out of your phone’s battery life.
How to Save Battery Life on iPhone, iPad
enable low power mode
One of the best practices would be to enable Low Power Mode. With it, the phone performs the most essential tasks, and background activities are disabled. To enable the mode, go to Settings > Battery > Low Power Mode.
turn off location services
Most of the apps on your phone want to keep an eye on you. To stay away from these apps, simply turn off Location Services by going to the Settings menu on your Apple device, then tap Privacy and choose Location Services. You can toggle off the permission setting or uninstall the app entirely if it’s been inactive on your device for ages now.
increase or decrease screen brightness
Smartphone screens have become brighter and you can easily consume content in harsh light. But it is the same culprit that chokes up the battery life. Thankfully there is a workaround for this, you can activate and toggle auto-brightness by navigating to Settings > Accessibility > Display & text size > Auto-brightness, or it can be done manually as well .
Turn off Bluetooth, WiFi and AirDrop
WiFi is another culprit that drains battery life to a great extent. With WiFi, Bluetooth, AirDrop on, it constantly searches for a connection. It is recommended to turn them off when not in use. To do so, simply swipe down and tap the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth symbols in the upper left box.
turn off rise to wake
Another reason for battery drainage can be the Raise to Wake feature which is enabled by default in most iPhones. Turning it off can save iPhone battery life, to do so, open Settings on your iOS device, and navigate to it under Display & Brightness.
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