How do I preserve my iPhone battery?
Here are five ways to save iPhone battery life.
- Check which apps are using the most battery.
- Turn down your screen brightness.
- Turn off WiFi or cell service as appropriate.
- Turn off Location Services for apps.
- Use Low Power Mode.
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- Avoid full cycle (zero-100 percent) and overnight charging.
- Ending a charge at 80 percent is better for the battery than topping all the way up to 100 percent.
- Use fast charging technologies sparingly and never overnight.
- Heat is the battery killer.
Why does my iPhone battery go down so fast?
It’s normal for this to decline slowly over a period of time, and decline faster the more frequently you run through a charge on your phone. Battery settings shows a chart of percentage used over time. Even at 70 to 80 percent, you can typically get a full day’s use out from a charged battery.
Should I charge my iPhone every night?
You can charge when it’s at 40% and disconnect when it reaches 80%, or any other values, without hurting the phone. The Best Practice, however, is to charge the phone overnight, every night. As it stops automatically at 100% you can’t overcharge it doing this. You thus start the day with a fully charged phone.
Is it bad to charge your iPhone all night?
You may have heard that charging your iPhone overnight is bad for the battery. According to Battery University, a website run by the company Cadex, charging your phone when its already fully charged keeps it in a high-stress, high-tension state, which wears down the chemistry within and does lasting damage.