Save your Battery Life on iPhone
Phone applications such as call recorder iphone or photo processing use a huge amount of battery on your iPhone. So let's see how to save batteries. Let's take a closer look at the tricks that we can use for our devices.
Turn off auto brightness
The next tip is to turn off auto brightness. Lighting the pixels on your device’s Retina display requires a lot of energy. In fact, in testing, excessive screen brightness was the single biggest iPhone battery killer I found.
If you go to settings then display and brightness. You’ll notice that there’s no longer an option there to turn auto brightness off. While you can adjust it from there or from the control centre, you can’t stop the iPhone from automatically changing it based on the light around you.
To change this, you’re going to need to:
Go into general
Tap on accessibility
Then Display Accommodations
Now you can toggle it on and off. Keep in mind that the brighter you have your screen the faster you’re going to use battery life.
But with this turned off, you’re in total control of the iPhone screen brightness. If you ever need to turn it back on, just tap that and it will allow the iPhone to change back to how it was.
Update to the Latest iOS
Updating iOS is a useful all-purpose fix when you’re experiencing minor problems with an iPad or iPhone.
Apple uses updates to fix vulnerability and problems for iPhone users. An example of a problem Apple may fix in an update is battery issues.
For example in the iOS 10 update, Apple was aiming to fix a particular issue which was the battery.
Decrease Auto-lock Time
While the screen is on, you’re consuming power, so make sure that your iPhone or iPad isn’t awake when you don’t need it to be. How long your screen stays lit up while your phone is inactive is typically 1 or 2 minutes by default.
If you want to get the maximum battery life, I would recommend setting the Auto-Lock to an ultra-low 30 seconds. Here’s how to change the auto lock timer on your iPhone:
So you want to go ahead into settings
Scroll down to ‘Display and Brightness’
You’ll see an option that says auto lock
If you tap on that you’re going to see the option four one two three four five minutes or never. The auto lock is how long that the phone screen will remain on before it turns itself off automatically.
So if you want to save battery life, you want to choose around 30 seconds to 1 minute. If you don’t want the screen to ever turn off and you want it to always be available to you’re going to want to choose never.
As you can see I wanted to save some battery life so I chose 30 seconds. If you don’t touch the phone for 30 seconds it will automatically lock the screen.
Turn Down your Volume
This might surprise you, but your iPhone’s volume affects its battery life too.
So if you’re playing music or some audio it’s best if you turn it down using the volume but or you access the volume through the control panel.
You can easily save battery power by just not playing music, or you can just use headphones which won’t use up as much power as using the internal features.