The battery is one of the aspects to which we must give the most importance. In fact, this component of our Apple devices clearly deserves all our attention and care. So among the best iPhone tips of this week, here are some tips to improve and make your iPhone, iPad or Mac battery more efficient.
Devices typically have daytime battery life and performance or lifespan. For extend and improve It requires some care and you can do it with these tips.
That’s right, keep your devices and your computer updated to the latest version available and released by Apple not only guarantees that you can access security enhancements and features, but updates help system performance which is directly related to battery life and usage.
Avoid extreme temperatures
Leaving the device on an object that is very hot or exposed to direct sunlight is one of the actions that permanently damages the life of the battery. the high temperatures while charging or using the devices or the computer seriously affect this component.
The ideal ambient temperature for any Apple device is between 62 ° and 72 ° F (16 ° and 22 ° C).
Not reaching 0% battery
Although this is one of the steps in battery calibration, letting Apple devices reach 0% battery daily is a mistake. Better to leave one 10% -15% minimum load before charging again.
Low consumption mode
This mode is available for iPad or iPhone. To connect to Setting > Drums and allows Save battery. It is also found available a control to be added directly to the Control Center.
Parameters and others
to exist some adjustments this can be done on the system to decrease the demand on the battery, which will obviously help its performance and lifespan.
Apple Mail app on iPhone and iPad has an option that uses battery power to perform background actions. Push notifications and data collection.
the Push notifications helps servers to continuously scan notifications of receipt of an email, while the data gathering This is the frequency with which new data is searched for certain emails.
To deactivate this option, go to Setting > Mail App > Accounts > Obtain informations. On the right, there is the possibility to activate or deactivate push notifications and to choose the period of data collection.
If you are a Mail user on Mac, There is no problem since these options are only activated when the application is opened.
The background update of our applications performs a constant search that requires more battery and more mobile data (in case of not connecting to a WiFi network), for which it is advisable to deactivate this option, which although useful, can be a big blow for daily battery life.
To do this you have to go to Setting > General > Update in 2nd. apartment and disable it, or in your case to choose
Turn off iCloud and location services
While iCloud is the cloud service that an Apple user can take advantage of the most, It is also one of the most battery-consuming functions. For this reason, if you are a user who hardly uses it or want to take better care of your battery, you can turn it off and perform manual file downloads.
For iPhone and iPad: go to Setting > Your name (at the back of the screen)> iCloud and select the apps you really need to continue using the service. In the section Pictures You can turn off photos in iCloud and so it will stop running in the background to download the taken or recent photos, something that too will help your mobile data.
Money Mac: And get it Apple menu > System Preferences > Apple ID and make the necessary adjustments.
In addition to taking a little more care of your privacy, turn off location services this will end up consuming the battery of apps that don’t need it.
On iPhone or iPad, you can turn it off in Setting > confidentiality > Location and choose which apps you think are really worth having this feature active, less apps use location, battery consumption will decrease.
On Mac you have to go to Apple menu > System Preferences > Security and confidentiality > Open the security padlock if necessary and start manage location services that you think is necessary.
Brightness and connections
Like all devices in general, when used higher brightness, the battery consumption increases. The same is true with the iPhone or iPad, maintaining a moderate level of brightness that allows the display of the screen is sufficient.
The same happens with connections (WIFI, Bluetooth and mobile data) turning them off when not needed. it must be a custom that each user must maintain. Well, active connections are kept on and looking for even if the user does not take them into account.
As well you can take into account that when you charge through your Mac, you need to keep it connected to the power, pay for your VPNs if you don’t use them, and close apps that you will really stop using during the day.
These are some tips what you can do to improve the battery life of your devices and your computer. If you want, you can also check out these tips for your Apple Watch.