Apple has released the iOS 11 beta for testing and users can now download it. This article offers readers a series of tips o how to preserve your iPad or iPod battery life throughout the day using the iOS11 beta.
Steps and Tips
Step 1: In order to detect if there are issues with your battery, go to Setting-Battery and check the list of the apps draining your energy for the past seven days.
Step number 2: To make an economy, you need to disable the background app refresh option. Go to Settings-General-Background App Refresh. By disabling this feature you can save power.
Step number 3: Do not use your provider’s internet and Wi-Fi at the same time. If you are in a place with no Wi-Fi then there is no need for you to keep the option open and vice versa.
Also disable the cellular data option and turn it back on only while using Wi-Fi.
Step number 4: Your battery will not drain as fast if you simply disable Bluetooth & Airdrop when you do not need to use these feature. Simply go to the Control Center and deselect the two features.
Step number 5: If you are not using your flashlight, then set it to low.
Step 6: Widgets give you information without opening certain apps, but they do use a lot of energy. Activate the Today View, scroll down and tap Edit. Then click the red minus button next to every widget you want to disable.
Step 7: Use the low power mode when possible
Step 8: When you do not use it, turn the “Hey Siri” feature off and simply use your hands when you want to activate your iOS assistant.
Step 9: Disable fitness tracking app, iCloud Preferences, Siri suggestions and app notifications.