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How To Fix iPhone Battery Life Issues With iOS 6.1.4

iPhone from the Apple bandwagon is one of the most interesting and inspiring piece of technology. These high-end technological mobiles offer a huge spectrum of fun, entertainment and advantageous applications to keep users stick to it the whole day long without getting bored. Downloading applications, chatting the whole day round, playing games and accessing the web are all the features users often enjoy and at the end there are complains of a short battery life. With so much of usage the battery life is certainly going to reduce but that’s not only with the iPhone but with other technological marvels as well in the mobile market.

Many iPhone users are bickering about issues over poor battery life. They blame this because of the fact that they upgraded to iOS 6.1.4! Some complain of overheating of the device after extensive use.

This does not mean at all that we reduce the usage or stop enjoying the cool features of the iPhone. The fun cycle can carry on with just a little care and concern regarding the battery. There are ample of ways to conserve the battery life apart from turning off the cool features and services of the iPhone.

Let us be honest here for a second, battery life problems depend upon the applications run, screen brightening and many many other small and big things!

So this what you can do to resolve iPhone battery life with iOS6.1.4 :

Step 1 – If you forgotten to close all previously opened apps. Do so, this is what is sucking your battery.

Step 2 – If an app seems to be eating your battery, hold down the Sleep/Wake button and a red slider appears. Force the app to shut down.

Step 3- Reset network settings by tapping Settings -> General -> Reset -> Reset Network Settings.

Step 4- Restart your iPhone and reset it.

Step 5 -  Use Wi-Fi to a minimum.

Step 6- Set Auto-Lock interval so that your iPhone will turn off more quickly after a period of inactivity. To set the auto-Lock interval, launch the Settings app, tap on General and then Auto-Lock and set the auto-lock interval to either 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 minutes.

Here is another thing you can do.

Step 1. Visit the iCloud section. See the iOS Settings and turn  all the services to OFF. Just make  sure you save your content (to iPhone, iTunes backup etc.).

Step 2. Do this for each email account but make sure you select to keep data on iPhone (not delete it).

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