The world today is mystified by the presence of fake news. No matter which option you choose, your screen is bound to get bombarded with sequences of myths and misinformation. Finding credible news and sources is hard in this environment of complete information chaos. But you know what’s hardest? Trusting a source– a person, news website, or a blog– is the biggest challenge.
That’s why myth-busting is essential so that every iPhone lover can differentiate misinformation from the information.
Here’s an example–
Suppose you broke the iPhone and now googling ‘iPhone Xr Lcd Screen Replacement.’ You will get good options for screen replacement at an affordable price. But, many people will recommend you against it. Why?
Because they believe the quality of the apple screen is best if you get it replaced from an apple store. However, it’s a myth! Though the price is a little less than the parent company, the quality of the screen is not compromised. Similarly, there are other myths about iPhones.
Myth busting is fun and also informative. If you have heard any myths about iPhone batteries, now is the time to get the facts straight!
Here’s what you should know about iPhone batteries:
Myth 1– Closing unnecessary apps can save iPhone battery life
It seems like a safe bet to compulsively close all the apps running in the background, but it hardly saves battery life. A consumer asked Apple’s software executive the same query, who debunked this as a myth. The executive pointed out that re-opening the completely closed apps puts extra pressure on your iPhone. So next time you begin force closing apps, ensure you don’t do it for the iPhone’s battery life.
Myth 2– Overnight charging can hurt your apple phone’s battery
For years, people have insisted against plugging your iPhone in overnight. It’s time to blow this myth. Your phone’s battery depends on ‘cycle count,’ that is, the times you will charge your phone. Phones have advanced power management mechanisms and don’t consume more current when charged 100%.
Myth 3– Turn off Bluetooth and wi-fi to extend your iPhone battery
Get one fact straight– keeping Bluetooth and wi-fi on even when not in use does not drain your phone’s battery. However, if you are at a place with bad cellular connectivity, switching on wi-fi instead of cellular connection could be a better option.
Myth 4– Auto-brightness drains battery life.
It may feel tempting to control the brightness of your iPhone. But Apple says it drains battery life faster. Therefore auto-brightness can save your iPhone battery life.
Myth 5– Apple’s battery replacements will surely improve your iPhone’s battery life
iPhone battery replacement at $29 is a PR strategy of Apple to cover up a minor scandal. But is getting a battery for its low price a good idea? Probably not! You can check your apple phone’s battery life using Settings>battery>battery health.
Hopefully, you are now clear about these common facts about iPhone’s battery.