How to Save iPhone Battery?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]In case of iPhone low battery and you want to conserve the last red bar for coming important calls. You may find bellow tips and ways to save iphone battery extremely helpful and necessary. We rounded up 8 different ways you can save your iPhone battery when it is almost going to die.

 

How to save iPhone battery

 

How to save iphone battery?

 

1. Turn off 3G on iPhone

It is true that 3G allow faster data download speeds compared to the old EDGE network, but it also quickly drains the life out of your iPhone’s battery. So it is a good idea to temporarily disable it when you want to save more iPhone battery and do not need to use it. Bellow is the steps you can follow to turn off iPhone 3G service:
Click the “Settings” app icon, click the “General” settings option, then “Network” option, slide Enable 3G to Off.

2. Turn off notifications on iPhone

The “alerts” system on iPhone is an handy feature lets you know about various activity on your phone quickly. However when you need more battery for emergency use or special purpose, you can turn off the notifications on iPhone. To turn off iPhone notifications, you can go to Settings>> Notifications>> Turn Notifications off by sliding the menu to the “Off” position.

3. Turn wi-fi off on iPhone

You can turn it off to save power if you do not need to use your iPhone to browse the web. Go Settings >> WiFi >> Slide to Off.

4. Turn on Airplane Mode on iPhone

Airplane mode disables the wireless features of your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to comply with airline regulations.
Other than that, to turn on iPhone Airplane Mode, you can actually save a lot of battery.Airplane mode will make sure you batter power is conserved and no power will be wasted on the antenna keeping a signal. Please note if you try to power off the iPhone, you’ll waste more battery life try to boot it up again sometimes.

5. Turn on Auto-Brightness on iPhone

Auto-Brightness adjusts iPhone screen brightness based on ambient lighting conditions. Turn Auto-Brightness on and you’ll save battery because your screen will need to use less power in bright places. You can go Settings >> Brightness >> Auto-Brightness On

6. Reduce Screen Brightness on iPhone

Needless to say, the brighter the default setting for the screen, the more battery it requires. Keep the screen dimmer to conserve more of your battery.

You can adjust brightness yourself from Settings>>Brightness, drag the slider to the left to lower the default screen brightness.

7. Turn off location services on iPhone

The built-in GPS is a very cool and useful feature on iPhone, it allows your phone to know where you are and give you exact driving directions, give that information to some apps that help you find restaurants, hotels, places and more. But it needs battery power to work just like any other services that send data over network.If you do not plan to use the location services at the moment, turn it off to save more power. You can go Settings -> General -> Location Services -> Slide to Off.

8. Turn off Bluetooth on iPhone

You can turn off Bluetooth to save power, go to Settings > General > Bluetooth and set Bluetooth to Off.

If you know any other ways to save iPhone battery and conserve iPhone battery for emergency use under certain circumstances, please share with other iPhone users at the comment area.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Since the release of the new iOS 7, one of the biggest complaints is how easily it drains your iPhone battery. Here are additional tips on how to save battery on your new iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c that are running on iOS 7.

Save iPhone 5 iPhone 5c/5s Power Tips

Stop Background Motion

Background Motion, also known as parallax effect, is really cool, but it also drains battery. If you do not want to keep it, you can disable it, some iOS 7 users also complain the background movenments are dizzying.

Settings -> General -> Accessibility -> Reduce Motion -> move slider to green/on

Disable Dynamic Backgrounds

iOS 7 allows animated wallpapers that move underneath your app icons. The dynamic backgrounds use more battery than simple static background images. Dynamic Backgrounds aren’t a feature you have to turn on or off, just don’t select the Dynamic Backgrounds in the Wallpapers & Backgrounds menu.

Stop Background App Refresh

Background App Refresh is really killing your battery. It lets apps run in the background while you multitask and continually refreshes content when running on Wi-Fi or a cellular network. To disable background app refresh, go to Settings > General > Background App Refresh.You can choose to stop background app refresh completely or only turn it off for specific selected apps.

 

 

Disable Automatically Update Apps

App auto update is a cool feature on new iOS 7,  it can automatically download new app updates whenever they’re ready. When it is enabled, do not need to go to the App Store to update apps by yourself. It is convenient, but also a drain on your battery.  To disable app auto upate, go to Settings > iTunes and Apple Store and uncheck the Updates option.

Turn Off AirDrop

AirDrop is a another cool feature on iOS 7. It lets you share files with other iDevice users on the same network. When you’re not using it, shut it off to save your iPhone battery. Slide open the Control Center and switch it off there.

Spotlight

Spotlight is the search functionality you can access from any screen, to save iPhone 5, 5s, 5c that are running on iOS 7, go to Settings > General > Spotlight Search and disable what you don’t need, such as events and podcasts. You do not need to search anywhere on your iPhone.

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Extra Tips to Save Battery for iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus

Identify & Stop Battery Killers on iPhone

Since iOS 8, you can easily find and stop the Battery Killers on your iPhone iPad or iPod touch. Go to Settings > General > Usage, select Battery Usage, you can then easily identify the apps that are draining iPhone 6, 6 plus battery the most. You can disable those Apps that drain battery a lot.

Download VS Stream Online videos

Apple begins to make large screen smartphones since iPhone 6. It is very cool to play online videos on bigger display. Compared with previous iPhones however you will find iPhone 6 /iPhone 6 plus may require more batter on watching videos, especially those online videos. To save more power on your iPhone, you can choose to download your favorite online videos that you like to play repeatedly to iPhone other than streaming online each time. To do that, you can firstly download the online videos to computer using the free video downloader, then upload it from computer to Dropbox which is also free, finally download the videos from Dropbox to iPhone Camera Roll.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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