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Here's How To Fix Bad iPhone 13 Battery Life
A lot of the trouble with the iPhone 13's battery can be fixed by disabling 5G, but if you don’t want to do that, there are a few other tricks you can try to increase your bad battery life. Since some of them are easier than others, follow these steps to find the best solution for your battery troubles.
Restart iPhone
Simply press and hold down the power and volume buttons, then slide the power option to the right and the device will completely shut down. After it turns off, go ahead and hold down the power button to restart it; if your battery is still draining quickly, move to the next step.
Close Apps
Apps can drain your battery quickly, so uninstall any power-hungry ones that you’re not using. Open your settings menu and navigate to Battery, where you’ll be able to see a breakdown of each app and its usage by the last 24 hours, last 10 days, and in total.
Change Settings
Disable location tracking for any apps that don’t need it or setting them to only use it when you have the application open. Open your settings menu, scroll down to the app that you want to change the settings for, and then tap Location to select between the different usage settings.
Try Low Power
When enabled, Low Power Mode will reduce your iPhone's power consumption by turning off background features like mail fetch, background app refresh, and automatic downloads. Using it is only a temporary fix, though, and shouldn’t be employed all the time.
Reset iPhone
As a last resort option, you can reset your phone completely, but you will lose all the apps that you’ve downloaded and any data. Head to the settings menu, select General, scroll down and tap Transfer or Reset iPhone, choose the Reset option and then Reset All Settings.