How to Make iPhone Battery Last Longer

Once there is a new operating system update, there are complaints about battery life and rapid battery drain.

Many people with iPhones are always looking for ways to make their batteries last longer and it is because of this that we have put together this article.

In this article, we will be taking a look at expert ways that you can make your iPhone batteries last longer.

How to Make iPhone Battery Last Longer

There are several ways to make your iPhone last longer and these ways are;

Update to the latest software – Please check to see whether you require an update by going to Settings > General > Software Update. If an update is available, you can upgrade wirelessly by plugging your device into a power source or by connecting it to your computer and using the most recent version of iTunes.

Optimize your settings – There are two simple ways to extend battery life regardless of how you use your device: adjust screen brightness and use Wi-Fi. Reduce the brightness of the screen or enable Auto-Brightness to increase battery life. To dim, drag the Brightness slider to the bottom of Control Center. The brightness of your screen is automatically adjusted to the ambient light by auto-brightness. To enable it, go to Settings > Accessibility. Select Auto-Brightness after Display & Text Size.
When you use your smartphone to access data, keep Wi-Fi enabled at all times because it consumes less power than a cellular network. To activate Wi-Fi and connect to a Wi-Fi network, go to Settings > Wi-Fi.

Enable Low Power Mode – Low Power Mode is a simple way to extend the life of your iPhone’s battery when it begins to run low. When your battery level drops to 20%, your iPhone notifies you, and you can activate Low Power Mode with a single tap. Alternatively, you can enable it by going to Settings > Battery. Low Power Mode dims the display, improves device performance, and reduces system animations. Apps such as Mail will no longer be able to download content in the background, and features such as AirDrop, iCloud sync, and Continuity will be disabled.

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