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1.    Turn off Background Refresh for applications you couldn't care less about. This keeps the telephone dynamic and doing things out of sight.

2.    Disable however many notices as would be prudent. I regularly leave critical ones, (for example, content and voice message) in place, however for most applications.

3.    Watch your sign quality pointer. In the event that you invest a ton of energy in zones with poor gathering, your iPhone will consistently look for a more grounded sign.

4.    Check for email physically. Push email is another perpetual battery channel, though less so.

5.    Turn off Location Services and Frequent Locations. This is a major one, as hitting the iPhone's GPS always can blast through your battery.

6.    Check for programming overhauls. Programming redesigns will frequently contain fixes that improve battery life.

7.    The old force sparing standbys still offer assistance. You can at present do all the fundamental, old fashioned things to enhance battery life.

8.    Consider a battery case or an extra battery. Battery cases from Kensington, Mophie, and different makers consolidate an equipment fenced in area.

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