How You Can Damage Your iPhone Battery

(NEXSTAR) – The hot, sunny days of summer are perfect for backyard barbecues, relaxing at the beach, or partaking in America’s current favorite pastime: snapping iPhone selfies on the back of an inflatable pool unicorn.

But please, for the sake of your phone, tuck it underneath a towel between photoshoots.

A lot of apps these days track your phone’s location to support their services, constantly scanning with a combination of GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth and cell tower locations for maximum accuracy. To ensure that you’re not wasting battery life, it’s best to only let these apps access your location services only when you’re using the app.

If you have an iPhone you can go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services and set your preferences there. On Android phones, you can go to Settings > Security & Location > Location > Advanced to disable WiFi scanning and Bluetooth scanning completely or Settings > Apps & Notifications > Advanced > App Permissions to block apps from using location services in the background.

Keep It Away From Direct Sources of Heat

Heat is one of the biggest enemies of any battery. Avoid subjecting your iPhone to extreme heat. You can do this by not leaving your iPhone on your car’s dashboard when you’re driving in the sun. Try not to perform demanding tasks like gaming while you’re out in the sun. The heat from the sun plus the extra heat generated by the CPU combined with the screen at max brightness will take a toll on the battery.

Avoid using your iPhone while it is charging. Let it charge peacefully not put any load its hardware. Performing resource-intensive tasks like gaming while your iPhone is charging will generate more heat. Also, excessive heat can damage the battery over time.

Make iPhone Battery Last Longer: 10 Ways

If you’ve searched, “How to make my iPhone battery last longer”, you’re in the right place. There are many, simple and practical ways to determine how to make your battery last longer. We have named just ten ideas to improve iPhone battery life in this post. Following these tips will help conserve battery life and lessen the inconvenience of carrying a charger around with you.

The iPhone is designed to function in a range of temperatures, between 62° to 72° F (room temperature), being the ideal comfort zone. It is very important to avoid exposing the device to temperatures higher than 95° F, which can permanently damage battery capacity.

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