Tips to Save Battery Life on iPhone
You can find everything you need in an Apple phone, starting with iphone call recorder app and ending with advanced fitness apps. And they use a lot of battery. So let's see how to save batteries.
1. Check Which Apps use the Most Battery
Apps that use battery
You can actually view the battery usage for the last 24 hours or the last 7 days. You can see this underneath the battery section in settings. If you have a lot of apps installed, you’re going to see which apps are using most of your iPhone's battery power.
You can also switch it up and see how many hours it was on the screen. You can see a good visualization of which apps are using the most battery power. If there is an app that’s using a ton of battery, you might want to cut down on how much you use the app in order to save battery power.
Background activity allows you to check the apps that are causing your iPhone to die so quickly. Even if it’s an app and you don’t open it that often and it’s using a lot of battery, there could be background app refresh issues which I’m going to cover as we go down the list.
2. Turn off Location Services
So if an application is using a lot of battery power, then it’s time to investigate. There are 2 main sources that could be causing this. The first is whether it’s using location services.
So if you want to check this:
Go into settings
Scroll down and click on Privacy
Now click on Location Services
Under that, you’ll be able to see which apps have location services enabled. You want to look for apps that say “always?.
This is usually the weather application. So if it is always enabled, this means it’s constantly able to check and see where your location is. Now, this doesn’t mean that it’s a battery problem, you should double-check and see how much battery power each app is using.
But once you’ve determined an app that’s using a large proportion of your battery power, then come into location services, select the app and change it to “never?. You can always go back and change it. If the app actually needs your location to function then the best thing to change it to is to “while using?.
‘While using’ makes sure that the app only uses your location when you’re in the app itself and not in the background. Remember that you should double-check first to make sure that it’s a battery problem before you go around changing the settings. You don’t want to accidentally disable something that you need in an application.