Tips To Prolong Phone Battery Life (Part II)


Here is the second part of tips to prolong phone battery life. This is a smart and economical choice that you should do for your phone.

Charge Up To 50%

Tips To Prolong Phone Battery Life (Part II)
Tips To Prolong Phone Battery Life (Part II)

It seems that the healthiest battery percentage that phones prefer is fifty percent so you should do your best to maintain it at that level, especially if you are going to store your phone away for a while or if you are going to shut it down. This is healthier for the battery rather than letting it be drained to zero. That is because the battery still has some sort of electronic activity even while your phone is shut off. The excess battery gives your phone some juice so that the degradation will somehow be delayed.

Settings

There are energy-saving settings that you can subscribe to in order to prolong the battery life of your phone. Turn down the screen brightness if you do not need a very bright screen because the screen brightness is actually a major user of the battery. you can also turn on the “auto brightness” mode so that you do not have to constantly adjust as it does the job for you using its light sensor. You should also reduce the auto lock time period. You might accidentally leave your phone with the screen on and that is a huge drainer for the battery. tTe default for most iPhones is about a minute or two but you should be fine with just thirty seconds.  

Night Mode

Tips To Prolong Phone Battery Life (Part II)
Tips To Prolong Phone Battery Life (Part II)

As previously mentioned, the screen of your phone takes up most of the battery juice. Switch to dark mode so that your phone won’t emit as much light and therefore not use up as much energy. Darker colors take less energy to produce compared to whites. It is actually easier on the eyes and can even prevent the occurrence of eye strain. You’d notice that you will be able to sleep easier if your mobile apps are in dark mode.

Manage Your Apps

Make it a habit to close the apps that aren’t in use rather than letting them run in the background. You can micromanage them by being highly specific with the battery restrictions. For example, turn on the permission access for certain activities. Turn off the auto play mode in various apps because the automatic playing of videos can drain your battery. You can also opt for the lighter option of various apps. Instead of going for the regular Facebook app, you might want to try the Facebook Lite version which consumes less battery. Delete the apps that you do not need.

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