The benefits of replacing your draining iPhone Battery

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Having a phone that dies during a critical call can sometimes be too costly -- whether it's a business call or 0845 service call, you were on hold for 47 minutes for. There are a variety of ways you can extend the life of your current battery (besides just putting the thing down, of course.)
Here are a few tips on how to save some battery:
 
Soft Reset your handset:
Holding the home button and power button for at least ten seconds 'til the phone powers off, and the phone restarts, showing the Apple Logo. 
 
Turn off 4G / LTE:
    4G has its benefits for streaming music or video; however, surfing Facebook and Instagram does not require this super-fast method of network connection. The faster the connection, the more power it requires. There are still plenty of areas in the UK that do not have 4G coverage; if this is the case, and your phone is continually searching for a stronger connection, you can turn 4G off temporarily.
     
    (Settings -> General -> Mobile Data -> Mobile Data Options).
     
    Set Auto-Lock:
    Many of my customers and friends have these flip-leather cases for their iPhones; they are protective and functional, but they do not automatically lock the handset. So when you flip the lid, the phone's display is still running (usually at full brightness).  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.
    Location services:
    Turn off Location Services for the following System services:
    Diagnostics & Usage (Settings -> Privacy ->  Diagnostics & Usage -> Don't Send)
    Setting Time Zone ( Settings ->  Privacy -> Location Services)
    Location Based iAds (Settings ->  Privacy -> Location Services -> System Services).
    Screen Brightness:
    Your iPhone and iPad have ambient light sensors that can automatically adjust the brightness of the display. So when you in a darker place, the brightness gets darker and in brighter places the brightness increases. Turning on Auto-Brightness will certainly help extend  battery life.
    (Settings -> Display & Brightness -> Auto-Brightness)
    Bluetooth:
    Just like with Wi-Fi, having bluetooth on means your iPhone, iPod or iPad will always be searching for a device to connect to. When you update your handset this is automatically turned on, make sure you turn it off when your not using it. This can easily be done by swiping up from the button of your screen and turning the bluetooth icon off.
    Turn off Wi-Fi:
    Wi-Fi is useful as it saves on your data (unless you have an unlimited plan), however leaving it on will drain your battery, even when it's not connected to a Wi-Fi network. Your iPhone / iPad / iPod searches for networks at regular intervals, even when the phone is in standby. You can disable this by going to Settings and then Wi-Fi at the bottom toggle, Ask to Join Networks. It is disabled by default.
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