Tips to Save Battery Life on iPhone
If you want to save your battery on iPhone
Undoubtedly, the Apple company is the leader in the world market. Apple always develops advanced apps, including call recorder software, productivity apps, photo apps, etc., and provides a lot of features. But a charge is required for their active use. So let's look at some tips on how to do it:
Turn off Notifications
The next tip is to make sure that your notifications don’t bog down your battery life.
So here’s how you do that:
You go into settings
Scroll over to Notifications
You can see these all the apps that have notifications enabled on your iPhone. You want to make sure that they’re only the apps that you actually want notifications for.
So for other applications you know you might want to turn off, all you have to do is toggle it off just like that or you can choose to show notifications when you’re on the app.
However, the easiest way to do it is to turn notifications off for every app that you don’t need notifications for. This way, it’s not constantly checking for those notifications and bogging down your battery life.
Turn off Automatic Downloads
Next, you want to make sure that you turn off App Store automatic downloads that could go in the background and really use up a lot of your precious battery life.
To do this, you need to:
Go into settings
Scroll down until you see iTunes and App Store
Then make sure automatic downloads are all turned off, otherwise, they could really use a lot of your battery power if it’s just downloading these large applications.
So I recommend turning all of these off and doing it manually or just turning it on every once in a while.
Remove Dynamic Wallpapers
Now live wallpapers and dynamic wallpapers can be a lot of fun but I recommend turning those off to really conserve your battery life.
So here’s how to do it:
Go to Settings
Scroll down to Wallpaper
Choose a new wallpaper and make sure it’s a still wallpaper
There’s a lot of great still wallpapers but if you choose one of the dynamic ones that move around these are really going to eat up your iPhones battery life.
This is the same with the live wallpapers that move as well, these are really going to use up your precious battery life.
If you’re in an area where you know you’ll be able to charge your iPhone very often, you can switch to battery intensive features.
However, this guide is designed to show you how to save iPhone battery in absolutely every way possible so I do recommend switching to a still wallpaper to make sure that that aspect isn’t eating up your battery life.