10 Best Ways To Improve iPod Touch Battery Life



  • People feel very annoyed at the time they are in the middle of the most exciting part of a movie, and their iPod touch battery gets over.

    It is a fact that iPod touch has a beautiful battery life, but a couple of people who use an iPod touch on a high note might finish the battery of their iPod quickly. If you are also among one of them, then this blog is perfect for you.

    Best 10 ways for improving battery life on iPod Touch

    1.Disabling background application refresh

    Firstly, go to settings.
    Then, click on General.
    After that, press on Background App Refresh.
    Lastly, you will be able to turn off the feature entirely or turning it off for some applications is also possible.
    2.Disabling auto-updating for applications

    Firstly, go to Settings.
    Then, press the iTunes and App Store.
    After that, search the Automatic Downloads part.
    Lastly, move the Updates slider to off.
    3.Disabling motion and animations

    Firstly, go to Settings.
    Then, press on General.
    After that, click on Accessibility.
    Next, press on Reduce Motion.
    Lastly, move the Reduce Motion slider to green.
    4.Keep Bluetooth off when not in use

    Firstly, go to the Control Center.
    Then, click on the Bluetooth option for making it grayed.
    Note: For turning it on you only need to click on the Bluetooth for one more time.

    5.The time you are not using Wi-Fi prefer keeping it disabled

    Firstly, go to the Control Center.
    Then, click on the Wi-Fi option for switching it off.
    Note: For turning it on you only need to tap the Wi-Fi option one more.

    6.Decrease the screen brightness

    Firstly go to Settings.
    Then, press on Display and Brightness.
    Lastly, move the slider towards the left for making the display a bit dull.

    1. Turn off automatic upload for iCloud

    Firstly, go to Settings.
    Then, press on Photos.
    Next, move the toggle of iCloud Photos to leftwards.
    Lastly, move the toggle of My Photo Stream to leftwards.
    8.Turn off the push data

    Firstly, go to Settings.
    Then, press on Passwords and Accounts.
    After that, press on Fetch New Data.
    Lastly, move the toggle of Push to leftwards.

    Lucia Mandela is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Lucia has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup.


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