This iPhone Trick Could Be DRAINING Your Battery Rather Than Saving It
Raise your hand if you’ve ever shut down apps when you’re battery was running low because you thought it would save your battery life? Don’t be ashamed; you’re not the only one.
I think we’ve all heard that closing apps would save the iPhone’s infamous battery life. The problem is…. The opposite is happening when you close the apps. In other words, you are DRAINING your battery doing this.
It makes sense either way. You closed the apps because you thought when they are running, they are draining your battery. What’s really going on is you are using your battery much more when you close the apps. It has to work hard to do that, so then you lose even more battery life than leaving the apps open.
Who came out with this? Apple technician and Martiancraft CEO Kyler Richter says, “Force-quitting suspended apps will under most circumstances drain your battery faster than simply waiting for the user to return.”
What this means is that you shouldn’t close your apps unless you plan on plugging your phone in to recoup the battery life that it takes to close them all.
Getting Better Battery Life Once and For All
Even with this little trick in mind, you probably are still thinking, “Whatever….my battery life isn’t what it used to be, so it doesn’t really make a difference.” If this is the case, it may be time to get a battery replacement. iPhone need battery replacements after using them for a while, and it’s not something you should take care of on your own.
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