1. Pay attention to signal strength.
One of the main culprits for the rapid drain on your phone’s battery is constantly searching for weak signals, but there’s little we can do about it. If you’re in a place with a poor signal, consider switching to airplane mode for a while to keep your iPhone from constantly The search for weak signals.
Also, use Wi-Fi as much as you can, unstable cellular data will likewise be a bigger drain on your phone’s power.
2, close the useless notification center app
Many apps are constantly pushing messages in the notification center, do you really need them all? I don’t think most people are. Every app notification push consumes a little bit of power, so we have to cut it off at the source. Go to “Settings”, “Notification Center” to turn it off, and don’t forget to turn off sound alerts and icon markers.
3. Change display settings
The display is also a big power consumer, so you need to turn it off quickly when it’s not in use. Go to “Settings”, “General”, “Auto-lock” and adjust the auto-lock time to a shorter range.
In addition, we can also go to the settings of the wallpaper and brightness to turn off the “automatic brightness” adjustment, so that the screen is always in a darker The state can also save a lot of power. After all, we only need more brightness in direct sunlight, which does not always happen relatively.
4, deactivate the animation effect
You can likewise turn off the dynamic backgrounds and poor visuals and 3D effects if you’re not cool with them. They may look interesting, but they also consume more power. We can go to “Wallpaper and brightness” settings and select a still image as wallpaper, and in “General”, “Accessibility” Turn off animation effects.
5、Reduce the application background refresh.
People love to constantly switch back and forth between different apps, but did you know that too many apps running in the background is also very power hungry? You can go to the settings and turn off background refreshing for most apps. Especially apps like Facebook refresh in the background and are really especially power hungry. Reloading it every time you want to use it is a much more efficient way to save power.
6: Receive emails manually
Email first push is convenient for some people, but whether it’s turned on or not depends on how often you send and receive emails and the Strength. It would take a lot more power to have the system collect the mailing list in the background every five minutes than to manually refresh it yourself. Assuming that if you only need to look at your mailbox once every few hours, there’s no need to have the system automatically collect in the background Email. Hurry up and go to the settings to tweak it.
7: Turn off the location feature
Location tracking isn’t really useful unless you have to use location-based apps like Maps, which is also a very power-hungry feature.
Go to Settings, Privacy, and turn off location services, or keep the ones that require location, and disable the others. Turn it off. In addition, there are many built-in system functions in the “System Services” of “Location Services” that can be used to disable the location function, such as Location-based iAd ads, location-based alerts, and diagnostics and usage.
8. keep the environment cool.
High temperatures also have an impact on battery life, so don’t put your iPhone 6 in direct sunlight. Playing large games or watching online videos can also cause your phone’s battery to heat up, so it’s a good idea to stop and take a break to let the temperature drop before continuing. Bar.
9. turn off automatic updates
Generally, both application and system updates bring new features, but if you always update automatically, it can consume power at inopportune times.
Go to “Settings” to disable automatic updates for iOS, and “iTunes and App Store” to disable apps. Automatically downloading updates will also save power. Of course, don’t forget that even if you update by hand, you should choose an environment with Wi-Fi.
10: Turn off Siri.
If you don’t use Siri often, you can go to “Settings”, “General” to turn off Siri, so that when you accidentally touch the home button will not retrieve the start Siri.
11, turn off the vibration
You can choose to turn off the vibration in “Settings” and “Sound”, and turn off the vibration of new email alerts in “Mail” settings, which will really save a lot of power for you.
12、Turn off iCloud
Do I really always need to sync all my data through iCloud? Go into your iCloud settings and you’ll see how much data and power cloud syncing can consume. Of course, you can re-enable iCloud Sync backups with your phone connected to a charger, and it’s a good way to save important Data.