Today’s new iPhone lines are equipped with high battery capacity to be able to work with you all day. However, previous generations of iPhones made users very frustrated and did not know how to store enough battery for a long day. Especially, surfing Facebook with a dense frequency during the day will consume a lot of battery on your iPhone.
Facebook has become an indispensable social network in today’s modern life. When this social network acts as a place to update social information, entertain, communicate with friends and exchange work … it is obvious that battery drain is caused by the Facebook application operating on the iPhone. becomes a problem again.
Don’t worry, Ola City will reveal to you a few tips below that can definitely help you surf Facebook all day and still save a lot of battery. Now, please refer to the following sharing article!
1. Turn off autoplay for videos
Facebook autoplay not only unnecessarily wastes iPhone battery life, it also wastes data. If you’re on a limited data plan, you’ll definitely want to make sure you check this one off your list:
- Launch the Facebook app and tap on More at the bottom.
- Choose Settings.
- Tap on Account Settings in the popup.
- Tap on Videos and Photos.
- Set Autoplay to Never Autoplay Videos.
2. Turn off Facebook background app refresh & location services
By default in the Facebook app, the location feature always works even if you leave the application, this way your friends will always know where you are so they can be easily contacted. But it will affect your privacy and this makes this application consume a significant amount of iPhone battery.
- Launch the Settings app and tap on Facebook.
- Tap on Settings.
- Set Location Services to Never.
- Turn Background App Refresh completely OFF.
3. Turn off Facebook’s underground running feature
Normally, even if you exit the application, Facebook still runs in the background on the iPhone. This is causing a lot of battery drain for the device. To turn off this feature, go to Settings > General > Background App Refresh > Scroll down to find Facebook and push the button to the left.
4. Turn off Notifications
Turning off Notifications on iPhone not only helps you focus more on work, but also limits the iPhone’s constant screen brightness, which consumes a lot of battery. To turn off Notifications, go to: Settings> Notifications> Find the Facebook application and drag the Allow Notifications bar to the left to turn it off.
Have you experienced any battery-drain problems on your iPhone because of Facebook? If so, were you able to remedy them? If you have any other iPhone battery tips, feel free to share them in the comments, too!
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