He Apple iPhone It is one of the Smartphones that best user experience is able to provide, although it also suffers from the wear and tear of energy derived from the daily activities to which its owner submits it. Do you have a great autonomy? No, although it all depends on what it is used for. Ah lies the great dilemma.
Of course, in order to stop or delay the need for recharge the battery integrated of the telephone, the user can carry out a few simple adjustments to contribute positively to reach more comfortably at the end of the day. What are they?
one. Adjust screen brightness. One of the most obvious ways to reduce energy consumption on our iPhone is simply to adapt the brightness of the screen manually, according to the lighting conditions of the place where we are.
Do you think it is convenient to always have the maximum brightness? In indoor enclosures, or when it begins to get dark, we will not need half the brightness that perhaps might be necessary to correctly view the contents outdoors, on a sunny day and under the direct impact of the Sun.
It's not about losing visual ability, quite the opposite, but reduce the brightness level to the point where you feel comfortable and, at the same time, also save energy. I use my cell phone a lot in indoor areas, but it is not until I go out when I am forced to increase the intensity of panel illumination.
2. Avin mode and low power mode. At night I have the habit of activating the avin mode, which helps me avoid the energetic wear corresponding to the constant exchange of data that takes place whether the iPhone uses a 4G mobile network or remains connected to the Wi-Fi router.
In my opinion, if the mobile phone is not going to be used while sleeping, it does not make much sense to have it operative: the next morning you can always recover the notifications that we have not received an.
If you don't want to opt for avin mode, the low power mode It is the other good alternative to contain energy wear. What effects does it have? Automatic checking of new email is stopped, deactivations are deactivated updates of the apps that are running in the background and also deactivate "Hey Siri".
The low consumption mode can be a very convincing alternative if you are traveling on high-speed trains, the route in which the Network coverage it is constantly lost and recovered and, therefore, the availability of mobile data is tremendously unstable.
3. Update Periods. Do you need social media and email apps to send you alerts frequently? If not, go to the IOS settings and determine which of them may or may not update data in background. If, for example, we do not mark the option corresponding to Facebook, we will only receive alerts once the application is opened.
To have synchronizations In the background, it may not make much sense while we are working, traveling by car (we are the drivers), or if you are trekking in the mountains. Why not scratch some battery percentage?
Four. Change options in mobile networks. At least in my case, and although I live in a provincial capital, I don't always have a stable enough 4G coverage. What does this mean? The phone consume more energy especially in those cases in which the change of 3G to 4G network, and vice versa, is frequent. In fact, I mostly use 3G networks for most activities.
My recommendation is to manually change the mobile network type to use if traveling to areas where there is a poor or non-existent 4G network, so that our iPhone can only detect 2G / 3G networks (the most widespread in most regions).
5. Disable GPS and wireless connections. Applications such as Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or those of maps and cameras, may require GPS coordinates to enrich the content we share. Do you usually upload photos on Instagram and mention where you are? My recommendation is to activate location services when you need to use them.
On the other hand, it is very logical to deactivate the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity if, for example, we do not have a speaker or wearable connected, or if walking from one place to another we only use the mobile network to synchronize data. It is also true that Bluetooth technology barely consumes energy, no matter how much we have it active all day.
We cannot prevent our iPhone 6S or iPhone 6S Plus from consuming energy, but you can always take simple measures so that, at the end of the day, we did not have to charge the phone before arriving home. On the other hand, we can always turn off the phone or buy a decent one external battery. You decide.
Alternatively, if your problem is not the battery but the storage space, check out our article on how to free space on an iPhone.
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