How to Save Battery in iOS 11 with 15 Battery Saving Tips
Feel battery draining fast like a disaster after updating to iOS 11? Don’t worry, we write this guide to share you 15 iOS 11 battery saving tips to help you out.
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A lot of iOS users complained that the battery draining so fast just like a disaster after updating to iOS 11, especially updating to iOS 11.0.2. Well, Apple has released iOS 11.0.3, but many users reported that the problem still remains. So, here in this article, we sum up 15 iOS 11 battery saving tips to help you get better battery life in iOS 11 devices.
iOS 11 Battery Saving Tips to Fix Battery Drain
Common 15 iOS 11 Battery Saving Tips
Following tips can help you fix iOS 11 battery draining issue and improve iOS 11 battery life, let’s check one by one.
1. Turn off Auto-Brightness. Auto-brightness always keeps your screen at or near max brightness, which drains battery fast. You can turn it off by going to Settings > General > Accessibility > Display Accommodations > Auto-Brightness.
2. Turn off Background App Refresh. There are many apps on your iPhone or iPad, actually, you don’t need to refresh every app in the background. So, you turn off some apps by going to Settings > General > Background App Refresh. You can turn it off completely, or you can choose what apps are allowed to update in background.
3. Turn off Assistive Touch. Assistive Touch is feature designed for people who have difficulty in touching the screen, it will be auto switched on after iOS update, so you can turn it off. Go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Assistive Touch. Switch it off.
4. Turn off Location Tracking. Location service allows apps to trick your location to pinpoint where you are, which also use battery power. There is no necessary to let all apps trick your location, so if you’re not using a specific app that must requires your location, you can turn it off. Go Settings > Privacy > Location Services. You can turn it off directly, or set to “While Using” or “Never” for each app.
5. Turn off Vibration. There is no doubt that Vibration alerts are useful, especially if your iPhone is on silent, but they require the use of battery too. So, you can also try to turn it off to save battery. You can do this by going to Settings > Sounds, and toggle Vibrate on Ring and Vibrate on Silent off.
6. Turn off Notifications. You can turn off some notifications that you not often needed to know, which saves the battery for you as well. To do this, go to Settings > Notifications, you’ll see a list of apps on your iPhone or iPad, filtering through these apps as need.
7. Turn off Siri. Siri is always listening, so it always using the battery. If you not always use Siri, you can turn it off. Go to Settings > Siri & Search toggle off Listen for "Hey Siri."
8. Turn off Bluetooth. Do you find that Bluetooth always turn on by itself after updating to iOS 11? Many users also reported that Bluetooth couldn’t be completely turned off in the Control Center. So, to completely turn it off, you should go to Settings > Bluetooth. Turn the switch of Bluetooth off.
9. Turn off Raise to Wake. After updating to iOS 11, Raise to Wake will be turned on by default, when you pick up your iPhone a lot or walk with it swinging in your hand, your iPhone screen will constantly turning on that definitely drain battery unsuspectingly. So, you can turn it off by opening Settings > Display & Brightness > Toggle Raise to Wake off.
10. Turn Flashlight Down Low. You may not aware that flashlight can be a big battery drain reason. There are four brightness levels for the flashlight in iOS 11. Turn flashlight to the lowest setting, which can save you some battery undoubtedly. Swipe up from the Control Center > Long-press on the flashlight button > Select the lowest level.
11. Set Auto-Lock at 30 Seconds. The Auto-Lock setting decides when to shut off your iPhone or iPad’s screen. You know that Low Power Mode forces Auto-Lock to be 30 seconds. So, you can just set it as short as 30 seconds. To do this, simply head to Settings > Display & Brightness > Auto-Lock. Then select 30 Seconds.
12. Update All Apps to the Latest Version. When Apple releases a new iOS update, developers also prepare and optimize their apps for the latest and greatest operating system. Updating all the available apps could help with iOS battery drain issue. To do this, simply open App Store > Update > Update All. Then waiting for the updating process.
13. Reduce the Number of Widgets on Lock Screen. Widgets allow you to quickly view information that’s important to you from Lock screen such as the weather, calendar events, reminders and more. But all those widgets take power to keep up to date. So, getting rid of any widgets you don’t need can save your battery too. To remove some widgets you should:
1) Swipe from left to right to the widgets page, scroll down to the bottom till you see Edit and tap on it.
2) Remove the widgets you don’t need.
3) Tap on Done.
14. Use Low Power Mode. To be honest, using Low Power Mode is the simplest and most directly method to save battery. You can turn on Low Power Mode by go to Settings > Battery > Turn Low Power Mode on.
15. Turn on Reduce Motion. For enjoying the interesting effects and reactions in Messages and some other apps will also require lots of battery life. So, using Reduce Motion can help you improve battery life as well. You can do this by opening Settings > General > Accessibility > Reduce Motion > Turn on Reduce motion.
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The Bottom Line
Hope above 15 iOS 11 battery saving tips can help you fix your iOS 11 battery draining problem and improve your iDevices’ battery life. By the way, if you prefer a tool to manage and transfer your iOS data in a better and smarter way, you can have a try on AnyTrans. This easy-to-use iOS data management tool can help you backup iPhone iPad iPod, transfer kinds of iOS data among iTunes, computer, iCloud and iOS devices. Just give it a try; it will bring you a lot of convenience.
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