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Many iPhones, iPads, and iPod touch have been upgraded to iOS 7. Some people are really loving the new effects which are added to it, the colour and the new icons. But on the other hand, there are few people who are not satisfied with this upgrade. One of the main reasons people are not satisfied with iOS 7 is the battery life. Well if you have been facing some battery problems on iOS 7 here are some of the best ways to fix those. Check out below on how to improve battery life on iOS 7 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Battery Life iOS 7
Your iPhone’s new operating system comes up with plenty of new features which you are going to love. But sometimes these new features drain battery which causes an annoyance. Something you surely wouldn’t want. But luckily there is a way to improve the battery life.
Many iOS 7’s features are turned on by default which drains battery a lot. So here are some of the common tips to improve battery life on iOS 7.
1) Brightness Settings
Brightness of your iPhone can be a major reason for reducing your battery. You can disable the auto-brightness and then set your brightness according to your choice. Make sure it shouldn’t be too much bright. You can make these changes by going to Settings > Wallpapers & Brightness.
2). Turn Off AirDrop/Bluetooth
Use Air drop when it’s required. The rest of the time it will just suck your battery. You can turn it off by simply swiping up your control Center and hit the toggle.
Same goes for the Bluetooth. It’s best when you’re using it. It’s a big battery drain aswell. Just turn it off if you are not using. Go to settings > Bluetooth and then switch it off or simply swipe up to open Control Center.
3) WiFi Searching
There’s no need to turn your wi-fi all the time. It looks up for wi-fi devices all the time, which makes it connected to unsecured WiFi’s and in return it drains your battery. Turn off your Wi-Fi when it’s not required. Just swipe up from the bottom of any screen to call up Control Center and turn off the WiFi switch.
4) Turn off Parallax
Parallax is an extra feature that is fun to have. The new parallax view is for the home screen and new animated wallpaper. It looks amazing, but again takes up precious battery power. To turn it off go to Settings > General > Accessibility and then switch on “Reduce Motion” which turns off the home screen’s parallax view.
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5) Disable Location Services
Location services uses a huge battery. Turn off the apps that uses GPS. For this; go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services and turn the whole thing off. If you wish to turn on location services for some apps like Facebook, Viber etc then don’t turn then off. The rest can be turned off to increase battery life.
6) Notification Center
It’s the setting where you are notified if you receive a text or some other message. Is it really important to get notified about everything? If no, then simply go to Settings > Notification Center and start turning off notifications on the lock screen and for other apps that you don’t need to be notified on.
7) App updates
iOS 7 has introduced another features which updates your applications automatically to their latest version. By doing this, it drains the battery as it is automatically downloading the new version of an app.
Save your battery life by turning it off! But you need to check occasionally on the App store on your iOS device to see if there’s an app which needs to be updated.
To do this manually, go to Settings > iTunes & App Store and then switch off updates under the automatic downloads section.
These are few tips which can save your battery power on iOS 7.
Do you have any other tips to save battery life on iOS 7 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch? If yes, then leave a comment below.