iOS 16: How to reduce battery drainage on iPhone 14, 14 Pro, 14 Pro Max, iPhone 13, 13 Pro, 13 Pro Max, iPhone 12, 12 Pro, 12 Pro Max, iPhone 11 Pro
With each new update, the majority of users complain about the iPhone's battery life is not guaranteed compared to the previous version and iOS 16 is no exception.

Although the rapid battery drain after a new software upgrade stems from the quick sync process, there are also some cases that stem from problems, system errors or most commonly new features activated by default.

Regardless of the cause of the rapid battery drain, here are 15 tips to help extend iPhone battery life better with iOS 16. We invite you to consult and give it a try.

Note that some recommendations require turning off new features, thus affecting the functionality or experience you want after the software upgrade.

[iOS 16] 15 Tips To Help Your iPhone Battery Last Longer:

Turn off Live Activities:

This feature will help you update data in real time, but the battery consumption is also very high because of the need to constantly refresh the information. To turn it off, go to Settings app => Face ID & Passcode => Enter your passcode to unlock ‌iPhone‌ => Scroll down and turn off Live Activity.

Reduce widgets on the lock screen:

When using too many widgets on the lock screen, it means that the application is also constantly working in the background, leading to rapid battery drain.

Turn off Haptic keyboard feedback for keyboards:

Apple also acknowledges that Haptic for virtual keyboards will consume a certain amount of battery, so if you don't really need it, you should turn it off to save a bit battery for iPhone. To turn it off, go to Settings app => Tap Sounds & Haptics => Tap Keyboard feedback => Turn off Haptic.

Turn off Always-On display (iPhone 14 Pro):

Similar to Live Activities or Widgets, the always-on display consumes a lot of the iPhone's battery, even though the brightness is reduced to a minimum. To turn it off, go to the Settings app => Tap Display & Brightness => Toggle Always On.

Don't use iCloud Shared Photo Library:

To turn it off, go to Settings app => Scroll down to Photos => Tap Cellular Data => Turn Cellular Data Off.

Choose a static wallpaper:

It is more preferable to choose a static wallpaper instead of a dynamic one

Use focus modes:

Using focus modes will reduce push notifications

Use App Summary:

Making use of App Summary will improve battery life

Limit when and how often apps can access location:

Open Settings app => Select Privacy => Tap Location Services => Review list and edit settings by tapping Enter the name of each application in the list.

Restrict apps from using Bluetooth:

Open Settings app => Tap Privacy => Tap Bluetooth.

Use Low Power Mode:

When appropriate make use of Low Power Mode

Use Wi-Fi and Airplane Mode when appropriate:

Minimising often use of Wi-fi, Hotspot and Airplane Mode.

Manage apps that are consuming too much battery:

Turn off apps that are not in use.

Limit background activity:

Open Settings app => Select General => Select Background App Refresh => Customize apps that don't refresh in the background.

Change your email settings:

Open Settings app => Tap Mail => Tap Accounts => Tap "Fetch New Data" at the bottom.

How To Make iPhone Battery Last Longer With iOS 16:

There's a lot of work to be done to preserve battery life, but everything we use on our iPhones (or phones in general) consumes a certain amount of battery. So, whether it's a tip or a guide, it should depend on your needs, don't be too strict on this issue and then trade it with a bad experience and lack of convenience when using it.


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