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1.Activate Lower Power Mode

Lower Power Mode comes with a cost, though: “mail fetch, background refresh, automatic downloads, and some visual effects are reduced or turned off,” according to Apple. Still, it’s worth turning on when you really need it: Settings > General > Battery > Lower Power Mode. The notification will also pop up suggesting you switch to Low Power Mode when your battery dips to 20% or lower.

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2.Remove or Manage location services

Apps that use the iPhone’s built-in GPS are known battery culprits. If you go into Settings > Privacy > Location Services, you’ll find a list of all the apps that use location services. Disable as many apps that don’t or shouldn’t be accessing to the GPS, like the Dictionary app. Why on earth does it need to know your location? It doesn’t.

3.Disable Bluetooth

Bluetooth is great for connecting a wireless speaker, wireless headphones or AirDropping files to other Apple devices. In general, Bluetooth uses up very little power when it’s idle, but as a wireless protocol, it’s constantly searching for devices to pair with. Turn it on when you’re using it, otherwise, leave it off. Bluetooth can be switched off by opening the Control Center (swiping up from the bottom of the screen) or going to Settings > Bluetooth.

4. Manage Background App Refresh

Background App Refresh is a feature that lets apps refresh content in the background, so they’re always up to date with the newest data when you open them. Unfortunately, constantly refreshing apps in the background is hard on battery.We recommend diving into Settings > General > Background App Refresh and only leaving apps you need to have background refreshing.

5.Turn off the fancy animations

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Background App Refresh is a feature that lets apps refresh content in the background, so they’re always up to date with the newest data when you open them. Unfortunately, constantly refreshing apps in the background is hard on battery. We recommend diving into Settings > General > Background App Refresh and only leaving apps you need to have background refreshing.

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