Tuesday, August 10, 2010

8 Tips to Conserve iPhone Battery

. Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Cell phone batteries run out while on the trip was a bitch. The same with the iPhone, which has many multimedia features. Actually, there are some tricks to make the iPhone battery can be more durable.

1. Disable the push notification feature
This feature is very consuming battery on the iPhone. For some reason, application developers typically activate this feature. However, many are not. To disable it, go into the settings.

2. Disable push email
Push email on iPhone is less sophisticated than BlackBerry push email features. iPhone battery only lasted for two hours if the feature is enabled. Open an email at certain times only. It's enough to help save on battery life.

3. Turn off unused features
Turn off Wifi and 3G features if it is not used in the trip. These features is enough to make batteries run out quickly. And also any other application that must be set manually, turn off unused applications immediately.

4. Disable the backgroud task
The user should not be doing this, but now iPhone with iOS4 can be used in multitasking so you can easily find the applications that eat the battery a lot.

5. Adjust the screen brightness automatically
When a user is in the room that little darker then the iPhone will be more bright screen to make easy visibility. Brightness factors affect battery performance.

6. Notice the feedback game
Many games that take advantage of vibration feature on the iPhone to simulate feedback, of course, this will waste battery life. Just turn off the vibration feature.

7. Prepare a backup battery
Lately, there are some iPhone casing which also offers an external battery features in it. But the price is quite expensive. This is only an option only.

8. Periodically synchronize the iPhone
Although users do not install new applications, would be better to synchronize the iPhone with the latest firmware update. That said, some Apple updates can also increase cell phone battery.


pcmemoirs said...

Thanks for the tips. I was looking for something like this, because my iphone 3G battery lasts less than a day, and I don't use it for gaming. Does this work on batteries that are already 2 years old?

ceemee said...

Thanks for sharing these tips!

Lyla said...

thanks for the tips... i'll try tips in your posting

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