iPhone tips that'll keep your battery running longer?

Apple admitted that is was slowing down older iPhones in order to preserve battery life and avoid crashes. But this information wasn't conveyed to users until someone noticed how much faster their old iPhone became with a new battery fitted. In response, Apple apologized and started a $29 battery replacement program. (What a dirty company!)

As I have recently noticed that my iPhone 6 battery died so fast, how can I keep the battery running longer even without replace a new battery? Thank you!

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Use a battery utility, such as coconutBattery (for Mac) or 3uTools (for Windows). Anything less than 70% of design capacity will require replacement.

You can also use the Battery Health Diagnostic (Settings\Battery\Battery Health (Beta)) in iOS 11.3 and above. It will tell you what the health of the battery is. Once the battery reaches below 80% of design capacity, iOS will throttle performance if the phone experiences an unexpected shutdown.

Once the battery gets to that point (~70-80%), a replacement is the only viable option. You can optimize things by reducing screen intensity etc. but the battery will degrade at a faster rate once it reaches that threshold. Why bother with a hobbled phone when a new battery will give it the zip it deserves.

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Thank you so much!

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Hey Albert

What I would first do would be to turn on “Low Power Mode” in the battery menu of the Settings. Low power mode temporarily reduces power consumption by minimizing the iPhone’s activity of fetching mail, certain Siri functions such as “Hey Siri”, background app refresh, automatic downloads, certain visual effects, etc,. So really you can say that this mode puts the iPhone into state of hibernation for its features. This helps the performance of the battery since the phone won’t constantly be uploading and downloading information.

If you also use your iPhone for work and on the go make sure to turn on “Night Shift” at night time to help reduce the displays backlight usage. Also close out any applications that you may not need running in “App Switcher” when you are done. This helps reduce the iPhone from having to throttle CPU speeds which burn the battery up quicker.

The biggest one I tell people, is to please, please, please turn on Auto-Lock. this feature locks the iPhone after about 30 seconds - 1 minute after inactivity.

All these tips and tricks really will help to conserve your iPhone’s battery and help the battery last longer without replacement. You should notice that the iPhone will hold somewhat of a better charge than before, but you will also notice that some features (if used) will have to be access or set manually rather than the phone doing them for you.

Hope this helps you good luck!

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Great, thank you so much for your help.

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No problem Albert! These are simple tricks that always work

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Dim your display, period.


Did you know that your 3.8v battery must pump out 22v to light up your LCD backlight at max brightness? Everything else that you could possibly do to minimize draw on the battery pales in comparison to lighting the screen.


Changing the battery costs about as much as a starbucks latte if you do it yourself—you have to turn a couple of screws and pull some stickers off—-not sure what’s up with the hesitation. get busy.

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@jessabethany Not necessarily, and its more involved than unscrewing a couple screws. It involves a lot to get the battery out, so suggesting software tricks rather than switching hardware is probably more convenient.

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No, it's really not. For the iPhone 6 you have to turn exactly four screws to change your battery, and pull two stickers. That's it. Any 10 year old can do this easy job--you're at iFixit---so FIX IT!

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Yes, it really is not only do you have to remove four screws as you stated above, however you also have to heat the back of the iPhone to loosen the adhesive that is restraining the battery. If you do not properly do this procedure, and try to immediately pull the adhesive straps you also mentioned they will rip and then it becomes a battle to get the battery out without scratching, penetrating, or bending the battery. All this becomes factors of a FIRE! So is it possible, absolutely, is it more involved than removing just four screws..? Your darn right it is!

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There is guides on how to complete this here on iFixit, however before beginning a replacement, trying to minimize usage first via software based is a better route. Also batteries are recommended by Apple to be changes when the charging capacity reaches 55-60% or lower.

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Do you aim a heat gun at your wall when you pull the command strips to release a picture? Of course not. Your iPhone 6 battery is held in place by two command strips--easy as pulling a sticker. Do not put heat on the back of the iPhone.

A typical battery that needs to be replaced is operating at 50%-60% of its design capacity. None of these "software fixes" will do a %#*@ thing to increase the practical life of your battery (other than dimming the screen). This was tested and verified in a recent ABC news tech piece.

I'd argue that refusing to do a simple job to swap a poor performance battery is a far more serious risk than whining about pulling two command strip stickers. Getting stranded with no phone while out on a run because 20% battery didn't last long enough to get you home is not fun.

Stop being part of the problem here by implying that it is difficult to change an iPhone battery. It's not. If you need some help, mail it over here and I'll have my second grader do it for you.

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This videos tutorial help you to make battery durable because so many settings and app performance that effect the batteries while on use.Simply some tips that makes the battery life better than after seeing that.

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