I’m an iPhone Genius – Three Apple Hacks to Instantly Increase Battery Life

ALL iPhone owners can instantly extend battery life with a few clever hacks.

If you’re a longtime iPhone user, you might have missed some of these.

Ensure that optimized battery charging is enabled


Ensure that optimized battery charging is enabledPhoto credit: Apple/The Sun

But it is important to know as many iPhone hacks as possible to get the most out of your expensive Apple device.

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First, make sure you’re using optimized battery charging.

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“A battery’s lifespan depends on its chemical age, which is more than just the length of time since the battery was assembled,” Apple said.

“A battery’s chemical age is a complex combination of multiple factors, including temperature history and charging patterns.

“All rechargeable batteries are consumable components that lose performance as they chemically age.

“As lithium-ion batteries chemically age, the amount of charge they can hold decreases, resulting in reduced battery life and reduced peak power.”

This is where optimized battery charging comes in to extend the life of your iPhone.

You can limit the wear and tear on your battery by reducing the time it takes your iPhone to fully charge.

Ultimately, this means your battery will last longer.

So when Optimized Battery Charging is active, your iPhone will delay charging by more than 80% – but only in certain situations.

Your iPhone gets to know your daily charging routine.

Go to Settings > Battery > Battery health > Optimized battery charging.

Make sure it is turned on to enable the feature.

To further extend battery life, go to Settings > Accessibility, then Motion, and turn on Reduce Motion.

According to Apple, this “reduces UI movement, including the parallax effect of icons”.

This can result in a very small increase in battery life.

Dark mode can also help with battery life — but only on certain iPhone models.

You need a handset with an OLED display.

A regular LED-backlit LCD display has a large backlight that illuminates the screen so you can see content.

However, this can result in significant power consumption.

With an OLED display, each pixel can be individually illuminated – without the need for a huge, always-on backlight.

That means black areas of your screen don’t need to be lit at all.

The main benefit is that you get a wider range of colors and contrasts, with much more detail in the blacks.

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But it also means you can get some decent battery life savings too.

To enable dark mode, go to your control center and turn on the switch.

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