Are you using your iPhone Smart?
You love your iPhone and it is one of your most prized possessions. However, are you displaying that enough? Well, we don’t certainly mean that you’ve got to display this by being vocal about it; rather, we only mean that you should follow a few best practices to empower it with a longer battery life and better productivity… Here’s what you should do…
Use only an Apple charger
At all times, this is a must. Don’t be prompted to invest in a cheap charger that will cost you nothing at first, but in the long run will ruin your iPhone’s battery and eventually the phone itself. So, to avoid this, only use an Apple charger.
Unplug it immediately once charged
If you leave it plugged overnight, you will definitely do more harm than good to your iPhone. So, to avoid overcharging, charge it only when you are around. Don’t leave it unattended (on charge) for long as this could burn your phone.
Refrain from exposing it to harsh temperature
Your iPhone is just as sensitive to harsh temperature as you are. Keep it in room temperature for best use and to prevent problems. Avoid taking it out in extreme hot or cold temperature conditions or you will render it useless.
Remove apps you haven’t used in a while
Apps consume more memory and battery life to run in the background than you thought. All the GPS locators, alarm clocks and other fancy apps that you have stored on your iPhone but haven’t used them in a while; you need to get rid of them fast. These will simply consume the phone’s memory and compel you to charge it frequently.
Screen resolution, nonstop Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity
Another way in which you could enhance your iPhone’s memory and battery life is to set the screen brightness to its minimum and also turn off the Bluetooth and WI-FI connectivity, as soon as your task is over. Letting these run for no purpose will drain out the iPhone’s energy prompting you to charge it repeatedly and thereby kill its longevity.
Password protect it 24x7
Once you have ensured that the above are in order, create a strong and secure password to protect your iPhone data from getting stolen. In case you misplaced or lost your iPhone, at least your data and sensitive files would remain safe.
Using unsecure public Wi-Fi
To make sure your iPhone doesn’t attract malware or any other form of e-threat, refrain from using unprotected public Wi-Fi channels. These are dens of malware and by connecting to an unsecure network; you would invite trouble for your iPhone too.
Aren’t these simple to follow and handy as well? You’ve just got to give your iPhone the required assurance it needs from you to keep going. Follow these good practices and let your iPhone remain your perfect companion for long.