<img src = "https://img.gadgethacks.com/img/31/21/63632412344961/0/improve-battery-life-your -iphone-running-ios-12.w1456.jpg "alt =" How to improve battery life on your iPhone on iOS 12  11. Disable mobile data during Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi is as we see it Since you do not need mobile data when you're connected to Wi-Fi, there's no reason to force your iPhone to waste battery because it's constantly looking for a cellular connection. You can send mobile data using the
Control Quickly disable Center and activate it just as quickly when you leave Wi-Fi.
Second, you can turn off mobile data using the Settings app, go to Cellular, and make sure Cellular Data is turned off In addition, you can mobile data n for certain apps, if you want one or two apps to still be connected to mobile.
12. Disable Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and AirDrop
If you rely on Wi-Fi to carry a
Apple Watch and share files through AirDrop to a co-worker, you'll need to have all three of those iPhone enabled to your life Keep moving. However, if one, two, or three of them do not apply to you, it's best to turn them off because your iPhone uses the battery life for each connection point to search for a connection point.
Disable each type of connection simply; For Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, just jump to the settings, tap "Bluetooth" or "Wi-Fi" and disable the corresponding function or functions. AirDrop can be quickly disabled from the Control Center; Swipe up from the bottom of the display, open the connectivity panel, and tap AirDrop. When prompted, tap "Off to disconnect, but do not turn them off by tapping the Bluetooth or Wi-Fi icons.
13. Put Your Flashlight on the Lowest Brightness
If you're like me, you'll most likely rely on your iPhone's flashlight while It is tempting to set the flashlight to the brightest setting, it may be unnecessary in many situations, since
the lowest brightness does the job and saves battery.
Just open Control Center and 3D Touch or press long on the flashlight button Choose the lowest brightness setting and iOS 12 will remember your choice the next time you turn on the flashlight.
14. Enable Fi Assist
Assist Wi-Fi Avoid subtle battery drain in areas with weak Wi-Fi connectivity. If the Wi-Fi connection is too slow for a proper connection, the iPhone will automatically switch to a cellular connection, which will speed up Internet usage but also relieve the battery. However, you can not use this because mobile data is disabled. So remember this when choosing the power saving features.
To make sure Wi-Fi support is enabled, open Settings, tap Cellular, then scroll all the way to the bottom of the page to find the Wi-Fi Assist slider. Make sure it is on.
15. Disable Widgets
If you take advantage of widgets in iOS, this is a tricky tip. However, widgets can lead to battery drain, especially for those using local services such as maps or weather.
To disable widgets, in the Today view, swipe right to bring up the widget window. Scroll to the bottom of the page, tap Edit, and then tap the red minus next to a widget you want to remove. The good news? Restoring one of these widgets is as easy as scrolling to the bottom of this page and tapping the green plus next to the widget.
17th Keep Your iPhone Face Down
There are two types of people in the world – those who put their iPhone face down and those who disclose it. If you are among the first, you now have proof of the superiority of your method.
When the face is obscured, the iPhone display does not automatically turn on when receiving notifications. You still hear warnings, but the display does not turn on and saves battery life without having to think about it. If you're looking for visual notifications, you could enable
LED alerts, but battery replacement may not be worthwhile.
19. Disabling Auto Playback of Videos in Apps
Auto Playback of Videos in Apps Like Facebook and Twitter
Can Be Convenient but let's face it – if you want to watch a video, that's no big deal Just tap on the play button. In most cases, this feature is only a drain on your battery. Consider disabling the feature in apps that use it.
The setting is not found in all apps in the same place, but here are two examples:
20. Enable Motion Reduction
Part of the charm of iOS is its subtle visual effects, such as apps launch animations and parallax effects on the splash screen. All these movements, however, have a negative effect on the battery life. To turn it off, go to General in Preferences, tap Accessibility, and then Decrease Movement. Activate it.
21. Enable localization services for only some apps
Localization services are among the biggest culprits when it comes to battery usage. The problem? You are quite necessary to use a modern smartphone. Unless you disrupt the complete disconnect, some location services must remain enabled. The good news is that you can be smart about which apps give you location permissions, and when those apps have access to your location.
See "Location Services" on the Privacy menu in Settings for more information Find any apps on your phone that require access to your location. They can all hide at the top of the screen, but this is most likely impractical. You're better off going through apps one by one and deciding yourself. Select "Never," "While using the app," or "Always," depending on how you need the app for your location.
22. Turn Off Automatic Brightness
Automatic brightness in iOS can help in that the iPhone display is always readable depending on the environment. When it is dark, the screen brightness is reduced to avoid eyestrain. Likewise, when it's sunny, it gets maximum out so you can actually see the screen. However, if you are somewhere between dark and bright places, the car brightness works too hard and still delivers clumsy results.
In fact, the setting only wastes battery life compared to manual control. Go to "Accessibility" in the "General" settings, tap "Show Accommodations" and turn off Auto Brightness.
24. Disable ICloud if possible
ICloud is a great tool, especially for users with more than one iOS device. However, if your iPhone is your only iCloud-enabled tool, it may not make sense to connect iCloud to specific apps and services. If this is the case, disabling iCloud for these services can save some battery power because your iPhone is not constantly trying to upload data to the cloud.
25. Retrieve data less frequently (or not at all)
If your iPhone is set to "Get Email Data" more often, it means more battery life for you. If you do not mind receiving e-mail alerts less frequently, go to "Passwords and Accounts" under Settings, tap "Get new data", and then select the least frequently used period. Select "Manual" to get maximum battery-saving features so that you only receive email data when you search for it.
26. Do Not Send Data to Apple
Sending data to Apple is helpful for developing future iterations of iOS. However, all these messages that are unknown to you can consume your battery. To pause both your battery and your privacy, open "Privacy" in Settings, tap "Analytics," and then turn off "Share iPhone Analytics." Apple Watch owners see this setting as "Share iPhone & Watch Analytics."
27. Disable Important Sites
Earlier than "Common Sites "Important Locations" lists the places you visit most often to provide better location services in certain apps. If you disable this setting, the battery drain recording, which you probably did not even know, is terminated from the beginning. Just navigate to "Location Services" in your "Privacy" settings, tap "System Services" and then "Important Locations." Authenticate yourself and disable the feature.
28. Disable Suggested Apps for Lock Screen and App Switcher  Is an app icon often displayed when accessing the app toggle switch in the lower right corner of the lock screen or under the app window? These are iOS apps that try to help you by "guessing" which app is best for your location. If you are not interested and you prefer to save battery life, go to "Location Services" in your "Privacy" settings, tap System Services again, and then turn off Location-Based Suggestions.
29. Turn Off Most (If Not All) Location Settings
As you can see on the System Services page, there are a number of Services that use your location data and relieve your iPhone daily. You probably can not do many of these settings, so turn them off. First, try disabling "Emergency SOS," "Location-based notifications," "Apple location-based ads," "Share location," "iPhone Analytics," "Popular with me," and maybe even "Improve Maps."
30. Enable the "Restrict Ad Delivery" option [19659118Whyshouldnotyoutrytoenableasettingforachange?"LimitAdTracking"blockslocationbasedadtrackersasmuchaspossiblethussavingbatterylifeGoto"Advertising"inyour"Privacy"settingsandthenturnon"RestrictAdTracking"
<img src = "https://img.gadgethacks.com/img/89/05/63672158645530/ 0 / improve-battery-life-your-iphone-running-ios-12.w1456.jpg "alt =" How to improve battery life on your iPhone with iOS 12  31. Disable Fitness Tracking
Fitness Tracking uses your iPhone to track your movements throughout the day. Although useful, the setting uses battery that you may not need. If you have a Fitbit or another fitness tracker, you do not need additional data from your iPhone. To disable fitness tracking, go to your "Privacy" settings on "Motion & Fitness" and simply disable "Fitness Tracking".
32nd Turn Off Off Handoff
Handoff is great, though You use the same app between iOS devices or Macs. If you only have one iPhone or do not work across multiple devices, this feature is not helpful to you, but it can affect your daily battery life. Deactivate the setting "General".
33. Disable Certain App Store Settings
If you have Download an app to another iOS device, it may be useful to display this app on your iPhone without thinking about it. However, if the battery life is not enough, this feature can do more harm than good. If you think it's worth downloading your shared apps manually, you can save a little battery life.
In Settings, go to "iTunes & App Stores" and then disable "Apps." You may also want to turn off "updates," especially if you have many apps on your iPhone, and "use mobile data" if you choose to keep "music" and "books & audiobooks" because Wi-Fi will Use Less Power
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