Apple products have a huge fan following. The users drool over almost every single device made by the tech giant, and for the right reasons. Their products known for their innovation and durability, and a lot of users prefer that. There is but one problem that has plagued the Apple products since a long time now–battery timings. Even after chucking out a lot of devices and many iterations of iOS, Apple hasn’t managed to resolve the issues surrounding the battery timings. This issue remains in both iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. However, there are some tips and tricks which you can help you to extend battery life of your newest iPhones by a significant margin.
Phones have become a central part of everything that we do, which means we constantly receive notifications. Due to this, the battery continues to drain at a rather frantic pace, leaving you with nothing to work with. This is why it is advised that you go to your settings and turn off the notifications. You would have to check your phone every few minutes afterwards, but you probably do that already anyway, so you won’t notice the absence of notifications too much.
Some Apps Drains More Battery
There are some small apps that aren’t too demanding, and then there are those apps that just keep on draining the battery as soon as you open them. To identify such apps, you should visit Settings > Usage > Battery Usage. Here you will find apps that are draining most of your battery. You can then close or delete them, depending on their usage.
Turn Off Fitness Tracking
It is a well known fact that iPhone users love to use the Fitness Tracking features, but they have to take into consideration the battery consumption. Fitness Tracking feature is always running in the background, which means that your iPhone’s battery is continuously being drained. If you find your phone running low on battery too soon to frequently, then the best course of action would be to keep the Fitness Tracking switched off when it’s not in use.
Switch Off Auto Updates
We download a large number of apps on our phones, and all of those apps get updates on regular basis. Usually, the auto-update option is switched on, and the phone automatically starts downloading each update. To turn the auto updates off, go to Settings > iTunes & App Store > Automatic Downloads and from here, switch off the updates.
No Dynamic Wallpapers
The dynamic wallpapers look pretty cool on the phones, but the problems is that they drain the battery at a pretty frantic pace. Their constant movement has a huge affect on the battery, hence the fast drainage. It is advised that you always use regular backgrounds for your iPhones so that you won’t have to suffer from the low battery issues.