The iPhone 13 series batteries did a fantastic job, and the iPhone 13 Pro Max has an exceptional battery life. Despite the 120Hz refresh rate on the “Pro” variants and the 5G connection on all four models, that’s still not enough. The iPhone 13 Pro Max has the largest battery capacity of any iPhone ever at 4352mAh.
Whatever iPhone users have, one can extend your handset’s battery life by following the easy procedures offered by dictator “Kadama,” who already has 1.9 million followers on Twitter. Apps may sap your iPhone battery life even if you don’t use them all day, according to the so-called “hack” in The New York Post.
In order to avoid your iPhone battery being drained by background apps, this is the best option. Update the background usage (Settings > general) and disable the functionality. Go to Settings > Battery > Battery Health > Optimized battery charging and turn it on. “Your battery will now last longer,” Kadama says after completing these procedures.
When you disable Background App Refresh, your battery life will improve, but applications will not update in the background. You will not be able to see background changes your applications make, such as sports scores, share prices, or the current temperature unless you activate the right app and it updates. You might not have been looking at the most up-to-date scores immediately when you open your sports app.
To conserve your iPhone’s battery life, go to Settings > Accessibility > Motion > Toggle off Auto-Play Message Effects and Auto-Play Video Previews, according to “Kadama.”
When the former is deactivated, full-screen effects in the Messages app will not auto-play (which may not be a significant issue to you), and auto-play of video previews will be disabled. If you don’t require your applications to update in the background, or if you don’t mind your full-screen effects in the Messages app auto-playing, you could wish to disable such features to see whether you can save a lot of battery life on your iPhone.