How to optimize battery life: iPhone, iPad, iPod, MacBook

Last Updated on Jun 14, 2021

Usually, Smart device takes more power to compare to the normal device, here I am talking about iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and MacBook, All the device need WiFi or Data connection, GPS, Background process for smoothly access and do any job at your home/ office or in the air/Bus. Sometimes you didn’t get a power source, that time you have to care about some technical point, So you can stop your battery drain speed compare to ideal mode.

Here I explained your device name, which must have to follow due to some critical conditions. That time anyone can respond negative response, But you must have to apply for Optimize battery life and care behind your expensive device.

Ways for optimizing battery life in iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and MacBook

Keep up to date OS on any apple device, Apple always tried to solve some issue regarding battery if any left or detected after newly released.

Temperature Effect: 16 to 22 degrees C is a safe zone for your apple devices (Contains inbuilt battery), above 35 degrees temperature damage your device’s battery permanently. Some of the time, in the Very low temperature you had, loses more battery if you noticed but this situation happens not more so we can ignore it.

For iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch: Safe temperature is 0 to 35 degrees C.

For MacBook: Safe temperature is 10 to 35 degrees C.

Try to remove the case when on a charge, some air-tight covers generate more hitting during the charging time.

Keep your device not too full or not too low battery percentage. Keep average near to 50% power.

1# if your device’s battery is too low, near to zero then keep it switch off or put on charge.

2# keep your device in a moisture-free environment.

optimize battery life on Set on Auto Brightness

3# for iPhone, ways to optimize battery life: keep screen brightness intensity low or Set for auto-brightness (Settings > Display & Brightness – Enable toggle) for iPad also.

  • Wi-Fi is not in use then Disable it.

4# For Apple Watch: Turn on power-saving mode when you are on work out or running time.

  • Turn off Bluetooth and disconnect pair between Apple Watch and iPhone

5# for MacBook Users: Your MacBook should be running on the latest OS X version.

  • Brightness keeps low depends on lighting conditions Or Turn off Cabinet lights off when in not use.
  • WiFi not in use then Turn off WiFi disabled from Network Preference
  • Eject External Drive or SD card after use, don’t keep inside slot
  • Quite an application after use
  • Check your power adapter in fresh condition otherwise replace it from here

Amazing suggestion and optimize battery life guide share by apple officially. Check here for more. Any suggestions from your side then share with us.

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Jaysukh Patel is the founder of howtoisolve. Also self Professional Developer, Techno lover mainly for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and iOS, Jaysukh is one of responsible person in his family. Contact On: [OR]

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