Using low power mode, reducing screen brightness, turning on optimized battery charging… are effective ways to extend iPhone battery life.
Check out the apps that “swallow” the most battery
Choose Settings – Battery to check the battery consumption details of apps for 24 hours or 10 days. The battery usage of apps, home screen, lock screen, and Siri will be sorted from top to bottom, from which you can see which apps “eat” the most battery on iPhone.
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This way users can also check the battery health, provide information about maximum capacity – a measure of battery capacity compared to when the battery was new and turn on the battery percentage display.
Enable Low Power and Performance Management mode
Enabling Low Power Mode is a quick way to extend your battery life when needed. This feature works by reducing background activity like downloading and fetching messages until you can charge your iPhone.
Choose Settings – Battery – Turn on low power mode. Or make it faster by setting this mode to Control Center (Settings – Control Center – Customize Controls – Add Low Power Mode).
Another feature, like low power mode, is Performance Management. Basically, if your iPhone battery has degraded, performance will automatically decrease to save battery life and prevent the phone from shutting down unexpectedly. You just have to choose Settings – Battery – Battery Health – Enable Peak Performance.
Adjust lock time and screen brightness
If you notice that your home screen and lock screen are using more battery than you expect, it’s better to check those settings. Automatically lock the screen at 30 seconds will help you save the most battery. Choose Settings – Display & Brightness – Auto-Lock.
Lowering the screen brightness will also help increase battery life. You can do that in Control Center or go to Settings – Display & Brightness and drag the light bar as you like.
Hot and cold temperature
Apple says that the ideal ambient temperature for iPhones and other Apple devices is between 16 and 22 degrees. Above 35 degrees is likely to permanently damage the battery capacity.
So, in addition to keeping your iPhone from overheating from the outside, you should remove the case if your iPhone gets hot while it’s charging.
Temperatures below 0 degrees also reduce battery life. If you live in a cold climate, keep your iPhone close to your body or keep it warm in your pocket.
Background App Refresh
Go Settings – General – Background App Refresh (Background App Refresh) and optionally which apps can refresh.
You can also choose to use the feature when there is a network connection or turn it off completely. Turning this off will prevent apps you don’t use from updating until you open them again, which helps preserve battery life longer.
Turn off location request
Go Settings – Privacy – Location Services To allow which apps can share your location with three options While Using, Never or Ask Next Time.
Reduce fetch frequency
New data will be pushed to your iPhone from the server when possible. For better battery life, reduce the fetch frequency. Go to enter Settings – Mail – Accounts – Fetch new data. You have the option to load manually, automatically, hourly, every 30 minutes, every 15 minutes or turn it off completely.
Enable optimized battery charging
With this feature, after reaching 80%, the phone will automatically stop charging, minimizing the situation of battery bottles because of charging for too long, plugging in overnight. Choose Settings – Battery – Battery Health – Enable optimized battery charging.
Huong Dung(According to 9to5Mac)
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