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How to Improve your iPhone’s Battery Life

With iPhones being used more and more, whether for travel as an international cell phone or at home for everyday life, there is no denying that iPhones have become an essential part of life.

Are you finding that your iPhone’s battery is constantly drained? Are you looking to improve its daily lifespan?

Cellhire has a few tips and tricks to squeeze a little more juice out of your device.

  • Disabling Push Email will give your iPhone a chance to rest, rather than waiting around for a new message. Sure, you may not receive the email a few seconds after it was sent, but if immediate delivery isn’t needed, you should set your iPhone to check mail servers less often.Turn Off Push Email
    • Tap Settings 
    • Tap Mail, Contacts, Calendar
    • Tap Fetch New Data
    • Set Push toggle to OFF

     

Now emails that you get on your iPhone will come in based on the global Fetch settings, instead of instantly. You can still hop into your Mail app to check them once in a while too.

An added benefit of disabling Push Email is reducing your data usage, this can be especially helpful for international data roaming.

  • Disabling Push Notifications will stop your iPhone from lighting up every time you have a notification, you probably don’t need notifications from the majority of apps.
    • Tap Settings
    • Tap Notifications
    • Tap each app you want to manage the notifications for
    • Turn Notification Centre toggle to OFF

Another way to make this happen for all your apps is by turning on Do Not Disturb manually.

  • Tap Settings
  • Turn Do Not Disturb toggle to ON
  • Clearing the Multitasking Queue so you don’t have an endless trail of open apps eating small amounts of battery life.Multitasking iPhone
    • Double-Tap the Home button
    • Press and hold an app in the queue
    • Tap the ‘-‘ in the apps corner

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