10 tips to prevent iOS 8 from eating your battery

10 tips to prevent iOS 8 from eating your battery

March 28, 2015

When a new version of an operating system arrives on our smartphone, battery management is usually affected. iOS 8 is no exception. If you have an iPhone or an iPad, by now it is very likely that you have already installed iOS 8. The latest version of Apple’s system integrates new applications and functions, but also uses more resources. These are the best ways to control power consumption to make your battery last longer.

1) Disable bluetooth, AirDrop and search for WiFi networks

If you are not going to use bluetooth or Airdrop, deactivating them from the control center already saves some battery. As for WiFi, it is not necessary to deactivate it completely, but it is a good idea to deactivate the Ask for access box in Settings> Wi-Fi. This way, your device will automatically join networks you already know and have a password on, but you won’t spend time searching for networks and trying to connect to them.

Keep reading the 10 tips to prevent iOS 8 from eating your battery.

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