If you use your mobile phone a lot, for work or simply for leisure, at the time of purchase you will certainly have given greater importance to autonomy. After the first week, you will have been amazed by the duration, proud of your purchase but, only a few days later, you have noticed the first signs of decay.
It doesn't matter if it's been a few days or you've bought it for years, if your iPhone runs out quickly or your smartphone's battery doesn't last long it's probably because you're doing something wrong. The battery of your devices can last much longer than you think but it is essential to take into account some behaviors that extend their life.
One of the biggest factors draining your battery is the Wi-Fi antenna.
Even if you are not using it and you are not connected, it remains active and consumes a lot of power. The advice therefore is to unplug the receiver when you are not using a WI-Fi network or when you are on the road.
Of course it is undoubtedly an important contribution to a longer battery life. However, Wi-Fi consumes far less power than LTE mobile data connection.why, when you are out and about, you will have the feeling that your battery lasts less than when you are at home connected to your home network.
In general, the data network in a certain sense strains the mobile phone more to search for the nearest network and transmitter, quickly discharging the battery.
As with the mobile network and the Wi-Fi module, you can imagine that in general, all active connections can help drain the battery quickly.
Out of laziness we tend to leave Bluetooth, GPS and NFC permanently active and all those connections that inevitably reduce battery life.
To make your mobile last longer, when possible, turn off all these connections so that you can gain a lot of autonomy.
In recent years, smartphones have achieved very high performance and have resolutions that years ago were not even at all conceivable. Almost all of them show a very high level of detail, extremely natural color rendering, characteristics that require adequate brightness.
The backlight itself is the cause of a phone's high power consumption.
To increase the autonomy of the phone it could be useful to deactivate the automatic brightness option and rather manually select the ideal value for the room in which we are (usually, apart from rare cases, a level between 30% and 45% is optimal on most occasions).
Remember that, in addition to making your battery last longer in the day, to safeguard your smartphone it is important to treat it in the right way. Some time ago, in an article, we told you about mistakes not to make in order not to ruin the battery of your phone.