Last Updated on Sep 8, 2021
Apple’s Redesigned iOS has big new updates in settings and the new option for easy to manage all the applications. iOS Mail app users are confused and do not see options for change Mail app settings Fetch New Data on iPhone and iPad. These settings get benefits in improving the battery life of the iPhone.
iPhone Mail app supports multiple accounts that mean hundreds of emails get in a day is no surprise. So your Mail app will consume more memory in the background depends on the settings. Here I recommended setting push mail only set for active Mail account only. Let’s check how to do that and set the specified interval for receive new Mails on your iPhone, iPad.
The option is available in iCloud Mail, Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Outlook Mail, or Custom Mail server.
Steps for Disable/ Enable Fetch New Data on iPhone, iPad after Update iOS
Apple’s latest operating system iOS Beta has been released worldwide for iOS 14/15 Supported devices. New iOS comes up with awesome features and essential changes. Almost all users have downloaded iOS 14 and it irritates due to certain glitches like app crashes, App crash randomly, and go back to the home screen as well not all applications still updated by developers for the latest iOS 2020, that’s why it doesn’t run expectedly.
Lots of Redditors have complained that iOS Mail problems and the answer is to downgrade iOS or wait for the next future update. Just send feedback reports for a particular app to Apple for native App or contact third-party developers.
Can’t find the Mail Push/Fetch Setting for Installed Outlook, Gmail App
To use Mail iPhone Push/Fetch settings, you must have to add an Outlook account or Other on the Mail app from settings: Settings > Mail > Accounts > Add Account > Select Outlook.com.. > and Enter the Details.
- On iPhone, Settings app > Notifications > Outlook > Enable Notifications.
- On Outlook App, Open Outlook app > Tap on the Profile icon at the top left corner > See the Settings Gear > See Notifications settings > and Enable the Notifications for Email type.
Who are looking for this option in iOS 11, iOS 12, iOS 13, iOS 14, or Later iOS please check the patch where is the option for change Mail Fetch New data at the end of the article.
iOS 14 & Later iOS Version
- Open Settings app on iPhone and Scroll to Mail option.
According to Settings we have to enable Background App Refresh for mail app from iPhone settings If it’s Disabled.
- Settings app > General > Background App Refresh > 1. Turn on Background App Refresh for WiFi or WiFi & Mobile Data 2. Scroll to list and Enable Toggle for a mail app.
iOS 13 & Earlier iOS Version
- Step #1: Launch Settings app on iPhone, iPad.
- Step #2: Next, Scroll down and see new settings for All types of Accounts & Passwords.
- Step #3: Find the list of Mail account sync in Mail app (Add new Account in Mail App). Scroll down to the last and Find “Fetch New Data”.
- Step #4: Find, Push toggle.
Know the Difference Between Push Vs Fetch Data Usage
This is the only way to get mail faster on your iPhone and iPad within the Mail app
- Push: This option will push New mail to your device from the server when Available. And receive in Mail app when possible.
Note: Push service is dependent on the server, So know that your mail service providing push? iCloud giving push but push not working with other mail service provider & iOS mail app.
- Fetch: Fetch will activate when the push is off. Onset specific interval Mail app check for new mail on the server. Improve battery life keep it on a larger interval or Manually.
See the Above screen, Auto Fetch not working if you didn’t select Time interval or auto options.
Set Push, Fetch, or Never for the individual account: Tap on the Account name, Select Schedule with the available supported option by the mail server.
Fetch New Data Grayed Out and Not Working
The Low Power mode is directly co-related to the Mail App Push and Fetch Function. If Low Power mode is enabled on an iOS device, Push Functionality automatically goes off. To change it, You must Turn off low data mode under the battery settings, Settings > Battery > Low Power mode. or Turn off Low Power mode from the control center [Swipe down finger from top right corner > Tap on Low Power Mode and That’s it.]
For iOS 10 or Earlier:
- Go to the Settings > Mail > Accounts > Fetch New Data
- Disable Push (For Stop New or Set it on Fetch manually or auto after the time schedule).
See Below screen,
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