How to Fix iPhone 5 Battery Life Problems

Apple said Monday that it sold a staggering over 5 million iPhone 5s in the three days since its launch, which shatters the record held by iPhone 4S. But once people took home their all-new iPhone 5, some began noticing quirks. One of the biggest co

mplaints users have about the iPhone 5 is battery draining faster than ever. “Horrible battery life, I am disgusted,” a user wrote on an Apple discussion thread to complaint about the iPhone 5’s battery weakness, which seems always to be the issue of new version iPhone.

If you are one of the millions of Apple customers who bought the iPhone 5 during its first few days of availability and your brand new handset is draining before your eyes, here are some tips we want to share about how to get better iPhone 5 battery life.

Turn Off Wi-Fi/4G LTE

Turing both Wi-Fi and 4G LTE off can help you save yourself some extra battery life. For Wi-Fi, head into Settings, click Wi-Fi network and then toggle it to off. For 4G LTE, head into Settings, then General > Cellular. Once there, you will see an option for Enable LTE and switch it to off.

Reset All Settings

To improve iPhone 5 battery life, you can try to reset all of your settings. Head to Settings, and then tap on General. Scroll to the bottom and tap on Reset. You will be taken to the reset menu. Tap on Reset All Settings. Wait for the process to complete. This will reset all settings without deleting data or media.

Turn Down Screen Brightness

Turning down the screen brightness is a simple trick to save your iPhone 5 battery life. Just go into Settings and tap on Brightness& Wallpaper. The brightness of iPhone 5 is around 50% with default settings, turn it lower or toggle off Auto-Brightness. This will be a good choice for you when you’re in a bright environment.

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Apple said Monday that it sold a staggering over 5 million iPhone 5s in the three days since its launch, which shatters the record held by iPhone 4S. But once people took home their all-new iPhone 5, some began noticing quirks. One of the biggest complaints users have about the iPhone 5 is battery draining faster than ever. “Horrible battery life, I am disgusted,” a user wrote on an Apple discussion thread to complaint about the iPhone 5’s battery weakness, which seems always to be the issue of new version iPhone.

If you are one of the millions of Apple customers who bought the iPhone 5 during its first few days of availability and your brand new handset is draining before your eyes, here are some tips we want to share about how to get better iPhone 5 battery life.
Turn Off Wi-Fi/4G LTE
Turing both Wi-Fi and 4G LTE off can help you save yourself some extra battery life. For Wi-Fi, head into Settings, click Wi-Fi network and then toggle it to off. For 4G LTE, head into Settings, then General > Cellular. Once there, you will see an option for Enable LTE and switch it to off.
Reset All Settings
To improve iPhone 5 battery life, you can try to reset all of your settings. Head to Settings, and then tap on General. Scroll to the bottom and tap on Reset. You will be taken to the reset menu. Tap on Reset All Settings. Wait for the process to complete. This will reset all settings without deleting data or media.
Turn Down Screen Brightness
Turning down the screen brightness is a simple trick to save your iPhone 5 battery life. Just go into Settings and tap on Brightness& Wallpaper. The brightness of iPhone 5 is around 50% with default settings, turn it lower or toggle off Auto-Brightness. This will be a good choice for you when you’re in a bright environment.
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