While we wait for the hardware development to catch up, the alternative will be to conserve battery life. As it is with our energy levels, battery life can be effectively utilized and managed, leaving nothing to go to waste. Without a battery charger or a spare battery with you everywhere you go, you’ll have to make due with minimizing the consumption of battery juice.
Turn Off Unnecessary Settings
If you don’t need to transfer files or use an external accessory, turn off your Bluetooth.
Turn Off WiFi/Cellular Data
If you are located in an area where signal is poor, your phone’s constant search for a signal contributes to faster battery drain, so turn off your cellular data or, if you are not expecting any call, put your device in Airplane Mode for the time being.
Charge Your Battery Correctly
Speaking of phone charging, there are generally two kinds of rechargeable batteries commonly used for smartphones: Lithium-ion, and Nickel-based batteries: namely Nickel-Metal Hydride and Nickel-Cadmium. The battery capacity in NiCd batteries are reduced every time you recharge them. Nonetheless, NiCd batteries have longer life cycles i.e. they can be recharged more often than NiMH batteries before stop working. Nickel-based batteries should be charged when they’re more or less out of power, and not when there’s still a good amount of energy left.
Dimming your device’s display will help your battery last longer.
Close Unused Background Apps
Apps running in the background consume a lot of memory, and consequently, battery juice as well.
Do you really need to be notified that you haven’t played Candy Crush in a while? Turn off unnecessary push notifications to games and apps.
Decrease E-mail Fetch Settings
When your e-mail is set to “fetch,” it bugs the mail server every 30 minutes to an hour (depending on how frequent you’ve set it), which can be a drain on your battery. Turn off fetch settings or even better, set it to manual instead.
Disable Location Services
Some apps may be activating location services and this consumes battery. Turn off location services in settings and limit the apps that have access to it.
Maintain Cool Temperature
Some of us might have observed that our battery runs out faster when our smartphones are warm. Put simply, don’t leave your smartphones under direct sunlight or in any place that is hot. One of the more common occurrences would be leaving the smartphone in a car parked under the sun. The battery will function optimally in cooler environments, so do look out for, and try to avoid, scenarios where your phone is exposed to unnecessary and excessive heat.
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