Why Does My iPhone Battery Die So Fast? An Apple iPhone Battery Quick Fixes.

In this article, we shall explain why your iPhone battery dies so fast and proffer quick fixes to help you navigate the issues surrounding y...

In this article, we shall explain why your iPhone battery dies so fast and proffer quick fixes to help you navigate the issues surrounding your iPhone use.
People have really bordered about their iPhone battery draining so fast. As specialist IT personnel, we have come to realize that this problem most time comes from the software from the phone and not necessarily that your iPhone has any problem. Most times, nothing is wrong with the battery inside the phone. After running battery checks on clients' iPhone, we have found out that the battery is ok. We realized that the problem is from the software on the phone. 

In this article, you will learn how to run these checks and perhaps fix these issues on your own without consulting anyone to do it for you.

Let's get started with the tips to run your iPhone battery check:

1. Push mail:
With push mails, your iPhone maintains a constant connection with your email server. This app is always asking the server if there is a mail kind-of? And, as this continues to query the server, it contributes to run the battery down faster than anticipated. So instead of allowing the push mail app running continuously, you can change to fetch mail. 
Fetch mail will do a similar email notification. However, fetch mail does not run on auto like the push mail app. With the Fetch mail, you decide how often your iPhone checks for emails rather than always doing that in the auto. To change that setting:

Go to Settings
Scroll down to Accounts and Passwords
Select Fetch New Data
Click on the Push button to deactivate it
Select how often you want your iPhone to fetch new mails. Maybe 15 minutes or less, depends on your preference.
That way, you switch from Push to Fetch.

2. Location Services:
Location services are one of the features that makes your iPhone great to use. It houses your GPS and helps you to locate anywhere around the world. What you are to do in this case is to identify the apps that does not need location services and turn such apps off to save your phone battery life. To do that,
Go to Settings
Locate Privacy 
Tap Location Services
No need to turn off Location Services because you may need it for other apps to run, but if you don't need it, then you can turn it off completely. As I said, you need the location service; what you need to do is to locate the apps you think would not need to show your location and turn such apps off.

To turn off such apps:
Click on any of the apps you don't want the location service on and select Never.
Be careful to locate the Hollow arrow apps represented with an arrow. These apps help your iPhone to know when it has entered or left a particular location. For this feature to work, your iPhone has to track location continuously, and that sucks away the phone battery more quickly. Kindly take note to deactivate such an app.

3. System Services:
This also is located within the Settings area. When you click on the System services area, you will identify the services that help drain your iPhone battery faster than you want. These system services need to be turned off except the Emergency SOS and  Find my iPhone services. The reason you need to switch them off is that the services they perform are mostly not essential. Turning them off will help preserve your iPhone battery life.
To switch them off:  
Go to Settings
System Services

4. Significant Location:
This service is located inside the System Location we just treated above at the lower end of the selections. What this does is to allow your iPhone to learn places significant to you in order to provide information relevant to such locations. As much as this service may be relevant, it is not necessarily substantial to allow rapid draining of the phone battery. Except you think otherwise, it is advised you turn it off. To turn if off:
Go to Settings
Systems Services
Significant Locations

5. Product Improvement:
This service also needs to turn off. Apple included such services to enable them to track the analytics of phone use and to improve on their service offering and then to allow iPhone developers to know what to add in the next innovative product. The reason is OK. However, it is not necessary to drain the battery faster, so you need to turn it off if you want to retain your phone battery longer.  
To turn this service off:
Go to Settings
Systems Services
Significant Location
Scroll down and located Product Improvement

6. Analytics:
Analytics functions in such a way to send information to Apple and iPhone developers about the way you use your iPhone smartphone. The data collected helps them to fix bugs and any other identified errors. The function performs in the background, and therefore, drains your battery fast. You may do well to turn it off. Turn off Share iPhone Analytics, Share with App Developers, and Share iCloud Analytics.
To off Analytics
Go to Settings
Scroll down and locate Analytics

7. Turn off Notifications you Don't Need:
Notifications are the little pop-ups once in a while on your iPhone. Some of those pop-ups may be good, like text messages. However, other apps  may be eroding your battery life faster. For several apps, including notification apps to work well, the app needs to be working on the background of your iPhone, thereby draining the battery faster. To switch off apps, you don't need their notifications on:
Go to Settings
Locate Notifications
Take a look at the apps displayed and ask your self if you really need such apps to send you notifications?. If you don't need them based on your analysis, then turn them off.

The tips mentioned above to help you manage your iPhone battery to last longer will be of immense benefit to you. It would be crucial you implement these suggestions and notice how your iPhone battery will last longer than it used to.

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