Are you tired of your iPhone constantly runs out of power? Then this article will help you to find about what causes your Iphone battery to run out of power
Fortunately, there are ways you can save good amounts of battery life on your iPhone, so it might keep just the extra hours that would take before you are back in a safe environment – near an electrical outlet.
Here are the 7 things about IPhone that you need to know if you do not want to reduce the battery life of your iPhone tremendously – and what you should do instead.
1. Exposing your iPhone to extreme temperatures
Apple even warns against exposing your phone for more similar 35 degrees, as this may cause permanent damage to the phone’s battery. We rarely saw high temperatures in Denmark, but is your phone on the garden table in the baking sun, it may nevertheless quickly reach well above 30 degrees. Be sure to keep your phone in the shade in the summer heat – or let it stay indoors. Your iPhone has also not good to very low temperatures, so when skiing in the winter is also a good idea to take care of. Cold degrees are in turn only a temporary problem, because when the temperature returns to normal, your iPhone could hold on to as much power as before.
2. Not Using energy-saving feature
One would almost think that Apple well even know how lousy battery life in iPhones. In any case, the phone even a built-in ‘energy saving mode’. It may want to turn on if you have not already done so, for it will make sure that you save power when the battery reaches the critical few percentages. This feature ensures among other things, to adjust brightness and put features like iCloud to temporarily disabled.
3. Charging your iPhone with standby computer
If you are in lack of charging set the phone to charge a computer that is not on, it can be costly to your iPhone’s current account. Check therefore whether the computer is off or in standby before inserting the phone to.
4. By using Facebook app
If you lose your iPhone power too quickly, it may be because of Facebook app. The media The Guardian tested the app, and here it appeared that the iphone battery life is 15 percent longer if you drop the popular app. It does not mean Facebook withdrawal symptoms. Instead, you can open Facebook on your phone’s browser.
5. Searching for signal when there is no signal
Do you find yourself anywhere your iPhone can not get signal, for example, in a subway, under the Great Belt Bridge or the far woods, it might be a good idea to turn ‘flight mode’ on – even if you are not traveling by air. It costs more power when your phone continues to search for signal.
6. Tooo many notifications enabled
Each time your iPhone will receive a notification and your screen is lit up, it costs power. And the more notifications you get, the more likely it is also, for that you just need to check what’s happened lately, for example Facebook. It uses more power. Choose why you want notifications for.
7. Forget to turn on ‘automatic brightness’
Your phone uses a lot of battery to keep the screen on, of course. It is no use running around with a dark screen to save power, but if you turn the tone ‘automatic brightness’ below settings, personalize your phone even monitor’s light requirements. Use it if you want.