Top Tips For Saving Battery Life On iOS 8

According to reports and statistics, Apple’s new iOS 8 has reached 47 percent of users. A lot of people have been left a little panicked due to the major issues that came with iOS 8.0.1 and many other fear updating. Those troubles seem to have faded away with the release of iOS 8.0.2 and there really are some great features to enjoy. Of course with this new software update you will find more battery being used and in this post we want to give you some tips on how you can save battery life in iOS 8.

Turn Wi-Fi Auto-Search To Off You can prevent your device from searching for networks all the time, which is a great battery saver and of course you can toggle it on via the Control Center when you do wish to connect to a hotspot. Go to Settings > Wi-Fi > Ask to Join Networks and toggle to OFF.

See Which Apps Are Using The Most Battery In iOS 8, Apple has made it possible for users to check battery use on an app-by-app basis. By navigating through Settings > General > Usage > Battery Usage, you can quickly determine which apps are using your battery up the most, and either use them less, or even delete them altogether.

Turn off Parallax The Parallax feature first rolled out with iOS 7 and can be a drain on your battery. To disable it, go Settings > General > Accessibility > Reduce Motion, and toggle to ON.

Disable Background App Updates Apps automatically updating to the latest version is great, but if you’re out and about and worried about keeping your device alive, having the latest version of Facebook installed becomes somewhat less important. To save battery, go to Settings > iTunes & App Store, and at the bottom, simply toggle Updates to OFF under Automatic Downloads.

Stop Background Apps From Refreshing The great thing about disabling Background App Refresh is that it’s not all or nothing, so by going to Settings > General > Background App Refresh, you can pick and choose what you want to continue refreshing and what you’d like to kill off.

Location Services Many apps ask to see your location, which is not only quite invasive, but when an app uses location services, it also dips into your battery life. If you’re using, say, a navigation app, then obviously, Location Services are a must, but if not, Settings > Privacy > Location Services and remove those that you don’t feel need to know where you are.

Turn Off 4G LTE It may be quick, but 4G LTE is a battery hog so you should consider disabling 4G by going to Settings > Cellular > Enable LTE.

Disable Auto-Brightness & Dim Your Display Auto-Brightness is self-explanatory in that it automatically brightens up your display, but the trade-off, as with many useful iOS 8 features, is that more battery is used than necessary.In Settings > Display & Brightness, you can disable auto-brightness.

Turn Off Bluetooth Bluetooth is turned on by default in iOS 8, and it’s a feature which can take its toll on battery life if kept on for no good reason. Simply slide up Control Center, and tap the Bluetooth icon to turn it off.


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Apple’s big iPad Air 2 announcement is only eight days away and now points us to a new video posted by Vietnamese website that gives us an in-depth, high-quality look at Apple’s next major tablet release.


As you can see, the tablet in the video has all of the new design features we’ve seen in previous leaks: A redesigned speaker grill that has only one row of holes instead of the two rows we saw in the first-generation iPad Air, the recessed volume buttons that look like the ones on the iPhone 6 and, most importantly, the little gold ring around the Home button that indicates the device will feature Touch ID and allow for mobile payments.

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Huge leak shows the 5.5-inch iPhone’s rear shell side-by-side with the 4.7-inch iPhone 6

An image showing the alleged rear shell of the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 next to the same component for the 5.5-inch version has been leaked from a source “deep within Apple’s supply chain in China,” BestTechInfo reports. In case you’re wondering, the same publication previously published on YouTube a hands-on review of an actual backplate for the 4.7-inch model, and has posted similar YouTube videos last year showing back shells for 2013 iPhones before they became official, so it has a pretty decent track record.


According to the source, only a few such 5.5-inch iPhone 6 shells are available in the factory where the photo (see below) was taken, which may be intended for testing only.

Furthermore, a September launch of the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 model is “unlikely,” the source revealed, which appears to be in line with the previously reported launch delays for the bigger model.

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Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 6 on September 9, and launch at least one model in the weeks thereafter.

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Holding off on downloading iOS 8? You’re not the only one.

Less than half of Apple users have installed the latest operating systems, according to Apple’s own

The update has been live for about 20 days, first available Sept. 17. The percentage of people using iOS 8 is the same as those still using iOS 7 — 47%.

Over the same time period, nearly 70% of Apple users had already made the jump to iOS 7 when it was first launched, according to Information Week

. But iOS 8 installation rates remain stagnant, increasing in users just 1% since Sept. 21.


The 47% number doesn’t seem so low when compared to adoption rates for KitKat, Android’s latest operating system, the software of choice for only about 25% of overall Android users, according to Android’s metrics. But the history of Apple’s success in this department is hard to ignore.

It’s tough to identify the cause behind the decreased interest in iOS 8, but there are a few obvious potential reasons. You can find workarounds to the massive amount of space needed for the iOS 8 download, but many were turned off by the 5GB required for installation.

There was also the problematic (to put it charitably) rollout of iOS 8.0.1, which caused service and Touch ID issues for many Apple users. So much so, in fact, that Apple pulled the download and publicly apologized. It later released iOS 8.0.2 to fix the errors.

That’s not to mention the complaints of depleted battery life and other kinks in the new operating system.

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What favorite apps of yours still haven’t been updated for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus? Let us know in the comments below.

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Every iPhone 6 comes with Apple’s new iOS 8 mobile operating system pre-installed, which is capable of some great features like app extensions, widgets, and better-than-ever graphics.

Apple has curated a collection of apps that highlight iOS 8’s new abilities, and we’ve chosen our favorites that demonstrate just what your new iPhone 6 can do.


Apple’s iMovie app is the best way to edit on the iPhone 6.

With iMovie, you can edit an entire film or add cool effects to any 240 fps footage you shoot with your iPhone 6. The new update introduces an iMovie app extension that lets you add a filter, animated titles, and soundtrack to any clip, right from within the Photos app.

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Test the capabilities of your iPhone 6’s graphics with “Epic Zen Garden.”

Apple demonstrated “Epic Zen Garden” at WWDC in June to show off what iOS 8 is capable of, and for good reason. This peaceful virtual environment is brimming with detail, and you can interact with literally thousands of cherry blossoms, scores of butterflies, and plenty of other eye-catching effects.

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Transform your iPhone 6’s keyboard with Swype.

Swype has always been huge on Android, but with iOS 8, you can now enjoy a new style of texting on your iPhone 6 that lets you use a swiping gesture rather than taps to form words.

Price: $0.99

Yahoo Weather is the most beautiful weather app out there.

Yahoo Weather has been updated to look incredible on the iPhone 6’s bigger screen, and thanks to its new iOS 8 app extension, you can now check out the current weather around you with a single swipe down of the Notification Center.

Price: Free

“Asphalt 8” is the best-looking racing game out there.

The latest update of “Asphalt 8” for iOS 8 update gives the visuals a boost, and you can now race three times as many opponents.

Price: Free

Stay entertained with BuzzFeed.

If you’re in the mood for some quizzes or just want a laugh, BuzzFeed’s app has your back. Its newest update includes a widget that will let you see trending posts in the “Today” view in the Notification Center.

Price: Free

Never forget your password again with 1Password.

1Password securely stores all of your passwords, logins, and credit card info in one place so you don’t have to keep track of them. 1Password’s new iOS 8 app extension will now fill in your login details and passwords right from within Safari and your favorite apps, all by using the iPhone 6’s Touch ID fingerprint sensor.

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“Plunder Pirates” is a fun way to show off how the iPhone 6 can make 3D environments pop with detail.

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“Mr. Crab” is a beautiful arcade game that shows how Apple’s Metal graphics will transform casual games.

“Mr. Crab” is simple to start playing: Just jump your way to the top, and try to rescue as many baby crabs as you can while avoiding enemies.

Price: Free

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Have you been frustrated that your Nokia handset hasn’t had the same Flipboard


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