Poor battery life on your iPhone? Disable this feature NOW!

Do you have problems with poor battery life on your iPhone? You can save a part of your battery by disabling this feature. That’s how.

iPhone users have often complained about poor battery life in the past. People who own older devices are so plagued with battery life issues that these iPhones need to be charged two or even three times a day. However, Apple has greatly improved the battery life of its latest iPhones. In fact, the iPhone 14 Plus and iPhone 14 Pro Max are up there with the best battery life smartphones on the market. Battery specs alone don’t make up for your iPhone’s battery life. It also depends on your usage hours, the type of work you are doing, and the apps you have open in the background.

What most people don’t know is that there is also a way to save a good amount of battery life on your iPhone, especially in extreme circumstances. That’s by turning off a feature called Background Refresh. This feature allows apps to update their content in the background while you’re not using them. Although it will help you stay updated with the latest news as soon as you open the app, it also consumes a portion of your iPhone battery.

When disabled, applications run for a short time before settling into a suspended state. Applications that are in a suspended state are not in active use, open, or consuming system resources. This is how you can disable this feature.

How to disable background refresh on iPhone

Step 2:

Touch Update Background.

Step 3:

If you want to disable the background refresh feature for a particular app, tap the switch in front of the app.

Step 4:

If you want to turn it off completely, tap on the Background Refresh option at the top and set it to Off.

Step 5:

Alternatively, you can select the WiFi option which will enable background updating only when connected to a WiFi network to preserve data.

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