All Apple iPad models have large hardware capacity and increasing power. But users have been asking Cupertino’s team of engineers to improve battery life for some time now.
Depending on how we use the iPad, the functions we have activated, and the consumption of each of the applications we use in our daily lives, the battery life will be less or more. To get the most out of the iPad battery we offer you a series of recommendations to keep in mind.
Additionally, if you have an iPhone, remember that with iOS 9 came the new low power mode feature, which will give you extra battery life. However, the iPad does not have this functionality.
Disable Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Mobile Data
Bad habits are harder to break than they are to fix, but if we gradually get used to turning off the iPad’s Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and mobile data when we’re not using it, battery life will improve considerably.
Charge and discharge the battery once a month
That’s right, friends, the best thing to do with the iPad is to let its battery run down to 0% once a month. The same goes for charging your device to 100%. Guys, once and no more . Ideally, and what I personally usually do, is charge the iPad to 75% and discharge it to 15%. This will make the ratio of software to battery proportionate for many more years, and even extend the battery life.
Avoiding temperature contrasts
Thanks to the iPad’s high-quality materials, we can take our favourite tablet anywhere, hot or cold. But the iPad is like us humans . It can “catch a cold” if we don’t avoid temperature contrasts . If it’s too hot, let it rest until it gets warmer before taking it to a colder area.
Disable Notification Center Widgets
I know that widgets are great tools to perform tasks or checks more quickly. But if you don’t think you’ll be using them for a while, turn them off.
Activates the automatic lock
After many years of use, I’ve come to the conclusion that the best way to safeguard battery life and keep the iPad unlocked is by setting 2 minutes in the auto-lock options.
Close applications in the background!
It may seem silly, but it’s one of the things that will work best for you. In my case, I’m tired of reminding my partner every few months to close the applications if he doesn’t use them. He can go perfectly 3 hours without using his iPhone, and when he uses it again he has a lot of applications open . I’ve even counted to 16! Of course, she always turns off the Wi-Fi when she locks her device, so she’s more considerate than I am!
What do you think of these tips? What are your tips for getting more battery life?