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iPhone Battery Saving Tips

Apple iPhone probably are more powerful and have capacity to create more fun in personal life, which cannot be provided by other cell or smart phones.
When we go through the features of the iPhone probably
one doesn't find any defect on its performance, but if we consider on iPhone Battery, most of the people have complaint that iPhone Battery life doesn't excel on battery backup time, as a result of which we have to charge these phones almost every day or more. The builders has provided the ways to conserve iPhone Battery life which involve turning off the services and features, which deprive all the cool and impressive features of the iPhone.

Here are some tips to help you for iPhone battery backup as well as battery life.

Turn on Auto-Brightness
The iPhone has an ambient light sensor that adjusts the brightness of the screen based on the light around it. Turn this feature on and you’ll save battery because your screen will need to use less power in bright places.
You can find it on Settings -> Brightness

Drop Screen Brightness
Users can control the default brightness of the screen. It is obvious that the brighter the default setting for the screen, the more battery it requires. Keep the screen dimmer to conserve more of your battery.
You can find it on Settings -> Brightness

Turn Bluetooth Off
Bluetooth is directly proportional to the battery life. This wireless networking is especially useful for cell phone users with wireless headsets or earpieces. But transmitting data wireless takes battery and leaving Bluetooth on to accept incoming data at all times requires even more battery power. So Turn off Bluetooth when it is not  in use
Find it in Settings -> General

Auto-Lock Sooner
You can set your iPhone to automatically locked in your favorable time – also known as Auto-Lock - after a certain amount of time. The sooner it sleeps, the less power is used to run the screen or other services. I recommend setting Auto-Lock to 1 or 2 minutes.
Find it in Settings -> General -> Auto-Lock

Turn Off 3G
The iPhone 3G and later models operate on two cellular networks, EDGE and the faster 3G. Not surprisingly, using 3G requires more battery life to get the quicker speeds and higher-quality calls. It’s tough to go slower, but if you need more battery, turn off 3G and just use EDGE. Your battery will last longer.

Find it in Settings -> General -> Network

Keep WiFi Off
iPhone can connect to is WiFi. WiFi is faster than 3G, though it’s only available where there’s a hotspots. Keeping WiFi turned on at all times in hopes that an open hotspot will appear is a sure way to drain your battery life. So, unless you’re using WiFi its better keep it turned off.
Find it in Settings -> WiFi

Turn Off Location Services
iPhone 3G has inbuilt GPS. This allows your phone to know where you are and give your exact driving directions, give that information to apps that help you find restaurants, and more. But, like any service that sends data over a network, it needs battery to work. If you’re not using Location Services, and don’t plan to right away, turn them off and save some power.

Find it in Settings -> General
Turn Data Push Off
The iPhone 3G can be set to automatically suck email and other data down to it or, for some kinds of accounts, have the data pushed out to it whenever new data becomes available. You’re probably realized by now that accessing wireless networks costs you battery life, 
Find it in Settings -> Mail, Contacts, Calendar -> Fetch New Data

Fetch Email Less Often
The less Set your phone to check your email accounts less often. Try checking manually. Manual checks means you’ll never just have email waiting for you on your phone.
Find it in Settings -> Mail, Contacts, Calendar -> Fetch New Data

Sleep and Wake Less
Constantly putting your phone to sleep and waking it up will drain battery life. Even though these functions are common parts of using the phone, but you can customize your turning on and off of the phone and save iphone battery life at the same time.

Don't Forget to Buy an Extended Life Battery
If all else fails, just get more battery. A few accessory makers offer extended life batteries for the iPhone. You can buy the Mophie Juice PackAir. It's a battery pack in the form of a case for the iPhone. Mophie claims that it doubles the battery life. The Juice PackAir charges the iPhone. When the Juice PackAir is empty, you'll start tapping into the battery on the iPhone. An added bonus: The casing covers the iPhone connector and replaces it with micro-USB.

Kill Unused Applications working in the background. 
The applications running in background also consume battery. To disable the Application running in background, first Double-press the Home button to bring up the multitasking dock and then hold down the screen until the icons start to jiggle, then kill any apps that might be working in the background - apps such as Skype and Pandora are likely suspects.

Last resort
You can turn off the handset at those place where you are not allowed to pick up the call. Press and hold the top button until the Slide to power off instruction appears, then slide to power off. The handset still used some battery in this state, but not much.

Carry a charger with you
If you haven’t got access to a power outlet or a car charger then there are quite a few third-party iPhone chargers out there with built-in battery packs. You could go form something like the ZAGGsparq 2.0 which features USB ports and will charge the iPhone, the iPad and other USB devices, This will give your iPhone battery a power boost and help keep you and your phone going for longer at the time of need.
Moreover you can watch this video from following link For self tutorial purpose

iPhone Battery Saving Tips

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