How to Boost your iPhone Battery Life and Enhance Life Span
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How to Boost your iPhone Battery Life and Enhance Life Span


Apple iPhone battery

One of the major problem most Smartphone user faces is quick battery run out and depreciation in battery lifespan. iPhone users often complain of this battery problem and blame Apple for making low capacity batteries.

Actually, Apple is not the problem; the company has tried his best making good batteries on those iPhone. The real problem is you.

Some iPhone user opens numerous applications that run underground, without knowing the impact of this on their battery. There are some important tips you have to put in mind to make your iPhone battery lifespan last longer.

It is recommended that you keep your iPhone from direct sunlight and heat, don’t leave your phone in hot cars, even in glove box. Heat is a factor that degrades battery performance the most.

Apple specifically explained that iPhone works best at 32° F – 95° F. It should be stored under -4° to 113° F which is 0° to 35° C and -20° to 45° C for the metrically inclined. Keep your iPhone near to room temperature.

Apple iPhone battery

Definitions:

Battery Life: This the time your phone runs before the battery is recharged.

Battery Lifespan: This means the amount of time your iPhone battery laps before it get replaced.

One of the important ways of improving your iPhone battery life is by monitoring iPhone battery usage stat. You can access this by tapping on “Settings” on your home screen, chose “General” then “Usage,” Under “Time since last full charge” you will see Usage and Standby

Usage: This is the amount of time your iPhone has been awake and being use since the last time of charge, when on calls, email, music, browsing, and text messaging, and even when applications are open on background, such as auto-checking emails.

Standby: It is the amount of time the iPhone has been on since the last time it was fully charged, including the times the phone was on sleep.

Tips to optimizing your iPhone battery life

Update to latest iOS

Most times, Apple releases updates to its iOS, bug are fixed, new features added. Those news features may include some battery optimization wares. This can be done through the iTunes.

Configure your settings

Your iPhone battery life may get depreciated based on some configurations. If you auto-receive emails so often; be rest assured that you will be consuming more of your iPhone battery.

Here are few configuration tips to help you manage your iPhone battery

Adjust your brightness:

Not only on iPhone, if you reduce the brightness of any gadget with screen display, you will have a longer battery life. It also works well for the iPhone batteries. Dimming your iPhone screen makes you use your gadget much longer. The battery life is extended. You can also set and auto-brightness which auto-adjust your screen based on environmental light.

Turn Push mail off

Microsoft exchange and Yahoo! are examples of push mails, when you don’t need this service, you can simply turn them off to elongate your iPhone battery life. The messages will now be received as global fetch setting rather than coming straight as they arrive.

Don’t frequently fetch new data

You can set mail to “fetch data wirelessly” at some interval. iPhone battery drains quickly when data are frequently fetched. You can set the “fetch new data” based on hours.

Turn push notifications off

On the Apple iOS, new data are mostly alerted by Push Notification. Applications such as instant messaging fully depend on push notification, this fully impact battery life. You may disable “Push Notification, this does not affect receiving of new messages.

Don’t use the location service so often

Its so much fun for some people to make use of the location service on their device. The location service such as map makes use of the satellite technology; it has so much impact on your iPhone battery life. It is advisable that you use this services only when needed.

The Airplane Mode also helps

In areas of low or no coverage, always set your iPhone to “Airplane mode.”

Your iPhone will always make all effort to connect to the cellular network. it consumes more power in areas of low or no network. You will enhance your iPhone battery life by setting your device to “Airplane Mode” in this kind of situation, but you will cut out on calls.

Other tips

Lock your iPhone screen

When you aren’t using your device, make secure you set it on lock. You can manually or automatically set this. You will be able to receive calls and messages, but other programs will be rendered dormant. This will help in saving your iPhone battery.

Regularly use your iPhone

The Lithium ion batteries require continues flow of electron to render is active. One more important tip to help enhance your iPhone battery lifespan is a complete cycle at least once in a month. This includes you completely draining your battery and charges it back to 100% full. The battery life will not be easily depreciated.

These are tips to help enhance your iPhone battery life and lifespan. Feel free to give us a feedback if these tips really worked for you.

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18 comments
  1. bola abimbola

    May 14, 2013 at 4:06 pm

    thanks for the tips, ll adjust my settings.

    Reply
  2. Davi

    May 16, 2013 at 11:06 am

    Good way to boost the battery life. I m also worried because my phone\’s battery does not go a single day.

    Reply
  3. Hari

    May 16, 2013 at 11:09 am

    Really great tips,i just loved and really helped me a lot..

    Reply
    • Olawale Daniel

      May 16, 2013 at 12:53 pm

      Thanks for stopping by and I am happy that the tutorial have one or two benefits to you 🙂

      Reply
  4. Subodh

    May 16, 2013 at 7:38 pm

    battery life of any smartphone, not just the iPhone, is a real pain. The tips you mentioned are really helpful.

    Reply
    • Olukunle Moses

      May 17, 2013 at 8:28 pm

      Thanks for the compliment.

      Reply
  5. Best

    May 17, 2013 at 4:15 am

    nice your site thanks for sharing love you all team good work keep it up

    Reply
  6. Kumar Gauraw

    May 18, 2013 at 4:31 am

    These are some great tips Olukunle. I have followed these steps since I started using iPhone and I can surely say that it helps a lot.
    Thank you for sharing these tips that many people will benefit from.

    Regards,
    Kumar

    Reply
    • Olukunle Moses

      May 18, 2013 at 11:48 am

      Thanks Kumar,

      I appreciate the complement and testimony.

      Reply
  7. Joker

    May 18, 2013 at 8:02 pm

    I never fell into the i-phone hype. The fact that you cannot remove the battery was one of the biggest reasons.

    You’re advice may be helpful to some, but I’ll stick to android. At least I still have control of my own phone.

    Reply
    • Olukunle Moses

      May 19, 2013 at 6:35 pm

      Thanks for your comment. The tips does not really requires removing your iPhone battery, however, I believe, iPhone users found it very helpful.

      Reply
      • Keith

        May 19, 2013 at 10:46 pm

        I realize the tip doesnt require you to remove the battery. But the batteries in the iphone are problematic at best. If you have a physical problem with the battery, it must be sent in as you arent allowed to access it

        Reply
        • Olukunle Moses

          May 22, 2013 at 10:29 am

          Thats Apple for you, always wants to monopolize all its products. That is why you have to take all precautions to the letter if you make use of their product.

          Thanks.

          Reply
  8. MattY

    June 6, 2013 at 5:17 pm

    One of these that I’m not sure of is the “update to current iOS.” What have others experienced with this? It seems to me that every time I update my iOS on an older device, battery life gets just a little bit worse.

    I guess this could be simply because my device continues to age. And maybe your steps outlined above will help – just implemented a bunch of your suggestions. Thanks!

    Reply
    • Olawale Daniel

      June 8, 2013 at 7:09 am

      It happens, the new OS comes with added features unlike the former. So, you need to manually de-activate some of those new features using the tips mentioned above. They won’t tell you that activating those would decrease your battery performance! 🙂

      Reply
  9. uttkarsh sing

    July 24, 2013 at 1:24 pm

    it nice post.

    Reply
  10. iklancs

    September 19, 2014 at 8:42 am

    thats good idea, but i like making powerbank for this solution.

    Reply

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