Endless customizations are especially for iOS Mail app users on iPhone/ iPad have a good option. New Mail coming to your added mail account is very important just like surprise a big gift receives from your Friends. Here you can learn the same thing posted in my last article for Mac, Change new mail Fetch time on Mac. Apple is also recommended this option to fixed battery life diagnosis problem. So we can make Mail app ideal for the time interval that we choose at here under the setting app. Change iPhone mail app fetch Time or Push Time really impressive to all who want instant mail automatically on anyhow.
This option generally works on iCloud and other mail accounts as well. It’s hence that iCloud mail server support Push mail option and the others have not. It’s pointed with Fetch status, that we can set our own self by the interval specified under the setting.
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See my iPhone screen, I added other Three mail account apart from iCloud. Also, note that iCloud in on Push status but others are not.
Steps for Change iPhone mail app fetch Time: Automatically receive new mail: iOS 10, iOS 11
Method in iOS 11,
This is an essential settings for improving iPhone Battery life because based on this settings you mail app try to fetch new mails in Background.
1: Launch Settings app on iPhone, iPad
2: Next, Tap on Accounts & Passwords
3: Now, Scroll down to the screen and “Fetch New Data”
4: the Last section on the screen is, Fetch
Choose your Mail frequently schedule. I whole like to recommended Never is the best option that really helps in battery drain problems. For this open mail app, Swipe down finger inside the Mail inbox to get new mails from Mail server.
Method in iOS 10,
1: Go to the Settings app on iPhone/ iPad.
2: Next, Tap on Mail.
3: Then, Tap on Accounts at first in screen.
4: Next, Tap on Fetch New Data.
Slide more down, there you have to choose Time interval. For that time your iOS device request to mail server for fetch and display on your device screen within mail app.
If you want then we can also set iCloud on Fetch statutes. But doesn’t need. So server sends new mail in your iCloud account without the request from the iOS device to the server. Yes, that fine for us and Device as well.
If you don’t agree with fetch new mail in Mail app manually, then keep it on maximum time interval as of my friendly suggestion. It will increase battery life and Background process.
Hope you enjoyed and succeed to Change iPhone mail app fetch Time on iPhone/ iPad running on iOS 8, iOS 9, iOS 10 and iOS 11 (Not any changes for all).