How to fix battery drain problem on iOS 11

ShaneW

New member
#1
More than 25% of iPhone and iPad has updated iOS 11 but not all users are satisfied with Apple's new operating system. In addition to some other problems such as Control Center operating heterogeneity, email problems, battery life is another major issue to the users. To overcome this problem, BGR gave out some suggestions.

Replace the battery
If you are using an iPhone, iPad games over a year old, it's time to think about upgrading to a new product or at least replacing the battery for your device. Over time, the power inside the iPhone will be less, making use of time after each charge shorten by you.

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For those who do not want to do so, using a spare battery can be a lifesaver. Comparing with current smartphones, iPhone has a relatively small battery, so many people always have to carry spare batteries with them to use the device with high intensity.

Set up the software
The screen is the most energy-efficient component on a smartphone. So, in order to extend battery life, you should reduce the screen brightness to a moderate level, adjusting the time automatically to lock the screen to a lower level.

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iOS has battery saving mode and also on version 11. To set up, go to Settings> Battery and turn on Low Power Mode. This will disable the Hey Siri feature without refreshing background applications or automatic downloads.

Another tip is to turn off positioning by opening Settings> Privacy> Location Services and turning it off. Also, don’t refresh the background app with the Background App Refresh option under Settings> General.

Wait for updates from Apple
Each new iOS brings many features and often Apple will need more time to optimize. So, users may have to wait for the next update to improve their power management capabilities, thereby extending the battery life on the iPhone, iPad. You can now upgrade to the latest iOS 11.2.5.
 

ElGuapo96

Active member
#2
Very good post and the tips are very useful and helpful. But, i personally think that the biggest reason phone batteries last so short is because people don't know how to properly manage their applications and phone data in general.
Everyone complains how their batteries are dead in few hours but they leave 10+ applications running in the background, Wi-Fi or cellular data ALWAYS turned on, and a bunch of other battery draining, unnecessary stuff.
Just turn all the useless stuff off, delete unnecessary garbage and you will have no problem. :)
 

Dracindo

Active member
#3
Dracindo
I agree with this. Sure, updates may be good for the operating system, and because of that, the software running may require a bit more of you smartphone's battery, but I highly doubt it's that much. I think relies more on the people, who respectively download more and bigger apps, keep taking more pictures and making videos, overall just use their phone more the longer they keep using it.
 
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