5 Tips to improve your iPhone’s battery life
There is nothing worse than running out of battery on your iPhone, a sense of disconnect when your relationship is vital suddenly no more. If you’re like me, your relationship with the outside world almost completely stopped. Not only can you no longer call, but your access to email, Facebook, Twitter, and even the weather forecast is no more. So what can you do to reduce the likelihood of the exhaustion of battery power when you know the next charge away, or if you are heavy user? Fortunately, we can help.
Bluetooth is the first of the energy intensive iPhone features. If you need to use technology to access the Bluetooth-headset, connect to your car, or use a specific application that requires it, odds are you do not need it turned on. To turn it off, click Settings, General, Bluetooth, and then change the Bluetooth On Off Bluetooth.
Say goodbye to the WiFi:
As Bluetooth, WiFi can chew up a lot of battery very quickly. If you are not using it, turn it off!
Wi-Fi is that it connects you to the Internet through wireless access points, such as those you would find at McDonald’s, cafes or hotels. Your iPhone is almost constantly scans for these hot spots, which uses only a little power every time – but it adds up quickly!
Think twice before you turn off this feature, though. If you have a limited benefit data from your phone plan, without using a wireless access point will use many of the cellular data. If you are not bothered or do not want to connect to the Internet via Wi-Fi, switching functions save you a lot of battery life.
To turn off the WiFi, click on Settings, Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi change on to off WiFi.
Put a background process for you:
You may not realize it, but your iPhone will continue to run many programs which you have opened in the background for faster access in the future. These programs may continue to use a substantial amount of processor time, even if you do not use them, drastically reducing battery life. One application can chew up more than 15-20% of the battery in one hour, you will find the phone goes flat very quickly if this happens.
So how do you kill them? A simple way, of course, to restart your phone, hold the top button, and then sliding to power off. However, if you do not want to restart your phone, there is another option. Back to the main screen by pressing the button under the screen. Once on the main screen, press the button twice, the line will appear at the bottom of the screen. Press and hold one of these icons for five seconds, and many will tremble. Then just click the red circle with a horizontal line on each application that you want to close.
The future may be less bright:
One very simple (and often overlooked) changes that will make your battery is longer, to reduce the brightness of the screen. This small but effective settings – remember that you hold brighter screen, the more power it will use. Click the Settings button and then the brightness, then the slider to the left.
Put a notice on the notice:
Call notification feature amazing iPhone. These pop-up windows that appear on the screen when it’s locked, letting you know the weather forecast, the latest posts in your feed Twitter, or just when your favorite applications have been updated. However (you guessed it), these functions also chew through batteries.
To disable notification, click on Settings, then Notifications, and then move the slider notifications are disabled.
Grin and bear it:
It is a fact of life: charge your iPhone battery just will not last forever. But these little tricks can make the most out of your charge – and if that’s not enough, do not forget to save your eyes for a convenient outlet.