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Apple iPhone 6s/Plus: Improve battery life by following these tips

Apple Inc’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone 6s and 6s Plus comes with a heavy price tag, but the excitement fades away with the dying battery. Most of the current Android smartphones have been doing very well in terms of battery performance against Apple iPhones.apple-iphone-6s-6s-plus

However, still people love Apple and iPhones. You can’t come out of iOS-powered Apple iPhones so easily. So here are some quick tips that will help you save the battery and let your iPhone run for a longer time.

Disable those power draining apps: Tap Settings > General > Usage, this will give you a detailed breakdown of apps, and you will know which app is hungry and eats up all your battery turn it off and save the battery.

Disable location: All those native programs eat up the battery life. GPS service is a battery drainer; use it only when you need it. Go to SettingsPrivacyLocation Services and turn it off if you need that extra squeeze of the battery.

Immobilize app refresh: It is understood that having a dynamic background is cool. However, try having a static background for the phone. This way you can save a lot of battery life you may go to SettingsWallpaper > Choose Wallpaper or a photo from your gallery.

Reduce the brightness: Fundamental things one can do. iPhone comes with a lot of resolution and it consumes a lot of energy. It is no surprise that decreases the brightness will work for you. You can do this by going to Settings > Display & Brightness and moving the slider to the left.

Set a quick auto lock: The longer your screen is awake, the faster it will die. Make sure you put your screen to sleep at the shortest duration possible. To change the duration to Settings > General > Auto-Lock and set your iPhone to involuntarily go to sleep in 1 minute.

The Airplane Mode: Just turn it on and save the battery life, if you are not expecting any calls or data. Get into Control Centre and tap on the airplane symbol on the top left.

Use all these simple tricks and you will have your battery saved for when really needed.

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