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  • Improve iphone Battery life (tips and tricks) (iphone 6 / 6 Plus)

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    How to improve iphone's Battery life.
    Iphone tips and tricks.

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    1. Prevent Background App Refresh (iOS 7)
    There are a number of new features in iOS 7 designed to make your iPhone smarter and ready for you whenever you need it. One of these features is Background App Refresh. This feature looks at the apps you use most often, the time of day that you use them, and then automatically updates them for you so that the next time you open the app, the latest information is waiting for you. For instance, if you always check social media at 7:30 am, iOS 7 learns that and automatically updates your social apps before 7:30 am. Needless to say, this useful feature drains battery.

    2. Don't Automatically Update Apps (iOS 7)
    If you've got iOS 7, you can forget needing to update your apps by hand. There's now a feature that automatically updates them for you when new versions are released. Convenient, but also a drain on your battery. To only update apps when you want to, and thus manage your power better:

    Tap the Settings app
    iTunes & App Store
    In the Automatic Downloads section, find Updates
    Move slider to Off/white

    3. Don't Take App Suggestions (iOS 8)
    Suggested Apps is another new feature of iOS 8 that uses your location information to figure out where you are, what you're near, and what apps—both installed on your phone and available in the App Store—might come in handy based on that information. It can be neat, but needless to say, it uses extra battery life by checking for your location, communicating with the App Store, etc.

    To turn off suggested apps:

    Tap the Settings app
    Tap General
    Tap Handoff & Suggested Apps
    Move the My Apps and App Store sliders to Off

    4. Turn on Auto-Brightness
    The iPhone has an ambient light sensor that adjusts the brightness of the screen based on the light around it (darker in dark places, brighter when there's more ambient light) to both save battery and make it easier to see. Turn Auto-Brightness on and you’ll save energy because your screen will need to use less power in dark places.

    Adjust that setting by tapping:

    The Settings app
    Display & Brightness (it's called Brightness & Wallpaper in iOS 7)
    Move the Auto-Brightness slider to On/green

    5. Reduce Screen Brightness
    You can control the default brightness of your iPhone screen with this slider. Needless to say, the brighter the default setting for the screen, the more power it requires. Keep the screen dimmer to conserve more of your battery by tapping:

    The Settings app
    Display & Brightness (it's called Brightness & Wallpaper in iOS 7)
    Move the slider as needed

    6. Stop Motion & Animations (iOS 7)
    One of the coolest features of iOS 7 is called Background Motion. It's subtle, but if you move your iPhone and watch the app icons and background image, you'll see them move slightly independently of each other, as if they're on different planes. This is called a parallax effect. It's really cool, but it also drains battery. You may want to leave it on to enjoy the effect, but if not, turn it off by tapping:

    The Settings app
    General
    Accessibility
    Reduce Motion
    Move slider to green/On

    8. Make Sure Personal Hotspot Is Off
    This only applies if you use the iPhone's Personal Hotspot feature to share your wireless data connection with other devices. But if you do that, this tip is key.

    9. Find the Battery Killers (iOS 8)
    Most of the suggestions on this list are about turning things off or not doing certain things. This one helps you discover which apps are killing your battery. In iOS 8, there's a new feature called Battery Usage that shows which apps have been sucking the most power over the last 24 hours and the last 7 days. If you start seeing an app showing up there consistently, you'll know that running the app is costing you battery life.

    Access Battery Usage by tapping:

    The Settings app
    General
    Usage
    Battery Usage
    On that screen, you'll sometimes see notes beneath each item (for instance, in the screenshot, notice "Low Signal" under Personal Hotspot). This note provides more detail on why the app drained so much battery and can suggest ways for you to fix it.

    Turn Off Location Services
    One of the coolest features of the iPhone is its built-in GPS. This allows your phone to know where you are and give you exact driving directions, give that information to apps that help you find restaurants, and more. But, like any service that sends data over a network, it needs battery power to work. If you’re not using Location Services, and don’t plan to right away, turn them off and save some power.

    Turn off Location Services by tapping:

    The Settings app
    Privacy
    Location Services
    Slide to Off/white
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