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How to Extend Your iPhone Battery Life?

If there is something that bothers more cell phone users, it is that the battery runs out while you are on the phone. It has happened to almost everyone and at least once it took you completely by surprise. When you use a cell phone as powerful as the iPhone, it is easy to see why the battery drains slowly. Listening to your favorite song, checking email and texting with multiple friends at the same time means you need a lot of cell phone power. This way, you drain your mobile phone's battery life faster than expected.

How to Extend Your iPhone Battery Life

While Apple's website clearly explains battery life expectations, it only provides information if you're running one app at a time. However, if iPhone users are known for anything, it is because of their ability to multitask. However, multitasking means shorter battery life.

However, there are several ways to extend your iPhone battery life. Of course, the iPhone is not known to drain its battery extremely quickly. There is always room for longer battery life. If you follow these tips, you will have an iPhone that will last longer than you can imagine. Perhaps the best advice anyone with an iPhone can follow is to simply turn off your Bluetooth when you're not using it. Very few people understand that leaving your Bluetooth on when you're not using it will drain your battery.

This is because a certain amount of power is controlled by the Bluetooth section of your iPhone and the power consumption is consumed because the phone is constantly searching for other Bluetooth devices. If you don't want to pair with a Bluetooth device, make sure your Bluetooth is turned off.

Another trick to keep your iPhone running for longer is to always lock the iPhone when you're done. After talking to your best friend on the phone, checking your email or texting, you need to activate the lock button. Many people wait for the screen to turn off on its own after using it. While this sounds like a good idea, it wastes battery life. Also, make sure that auto-lock is set up, as it's a great way to make sure your phone locks in case you forget to do so. Many iPhone owners set their auto-lock feature for five minutes after use.

However, if you multiply those five minutes of power use by ten times a day, your battery won't last as long as you think. For this reason, it is always recommended to set the automatic lock for one minute (1) after you have finished using your phone. This will ensure that the iPhone screen will not stay on when not in use. If you want to easily extend battery life, this is the way to go. 

Amro Mohamed
Amro Mohamed
An Egyptian blogger interested in technology and working on the Internet, specializing in programming