These are the main reasons, in no particular order.
1. Push Mail
When mail is set to push, means that every second, your iPhone connects to the server and ask, “is there e-mail is there is there mail etc … is there mail???? “This constant data stream drains the battery very quickly, and it makes sense if you think about it. The problem seems to be made for those of us who have Exchange servers created on our phones.
2. LOCATION SERVICES
Like I said, I’m all about using your phone. However, there are some services that you probably do not know and can constantly drain your battery. Go to privacy -> Location Services -> and go all the way to the last point, the system services. Click on system services to open that folder. This is what I suggest: Disable time zone settings, if you do a lot of travel, turn off location-based iAds if Apple is tracking your location to provide the contents of unnecessary announcements, and Diagnosis and use off if you do not think Apple has to know exactly how your phone is used.
3. DIAGNOSIS AND USE and the ad tracking identifier
yourself a favor and go to Settings -> General -> About ->, and go to the bottom of the screen. Opens diagnosis and use and automatically turn off the data stream is always sent to Apple. Also, choose choose to limit ad tracking. Who needs it?
4. Close your applications
once every two days, be sure to close out their applications. If you have iOS 6, double-click the Start button, press and hold on any of the applications until all start to wiggle, and then click the red circles to close all applications. If you have upgraded to iOS 7, swipe up and the film of each application at the top of the screen. This does not delete the applications, they are only deleted from the application memory. Apple’s official line on this is that applications have 10 seconds after they closed into an idle mode where live happily until they are recovered. Today, especially since all applications are not the same, very often a battery problem is the result of an application crashing in the background. The application should be closed, but he did not.
Is your phone getting hot? This is because the CPU is running at 100% throughout the day. It is not designed to do that, and is not a hardware problem that is only software problem in the background. Apple does not like to admit it could happen, but it always does. Need proof? Back to Settings, General, about the diagnosis, and use, and take a look at all the applications that break on your phone. It should not be difficult for you to see where the problem is.
5. Turn off the phone once a week (THE RIGHT WAY)
turn off your phone once a week. IPhone is a small computer that we carry with us wherever we go. Only by holding down the power button for a few seconds top, slide to turn off and back on, many of the processes that you do not see running on the phone to stop running and start over again. Apple designed the iPhone with ease of use in mind, and never would tell him to do that, but imagine if you leave your PC running for a month. It would be slower, and the same goes for the iPhone.
Whatever you do, do not hold the power button on the top and the start button at the same time to do a hard reset if you can help. That is basically the same as the desktop computer off the wall while it is on. all kinds of problems in the software is made and could be contributing to the problem.
6. NO restore from a backup ITUNES – USE IN LIEU ICLOUD
So give exhausted all your options, and it is time to restore your phone. Whatever you do, do not restore from a backup of iTunes. Very often, the same fault that the phone is experiencing at this time iTunes backup, so after restoring your phone the same problem reoccurs. He thinks you have to break phone, but what he has done is simply to restore the same problem began. How to avoid this?
Backup using iCloud! (And Restore from backup iCloud)
After connecting your phone to your computer to restore and unplug the computer as soon as the welcome screen where you can choose the language appears restarts. Then use the menus on the phone to connect to Wi-Fi and restore from an iCloud backup. iCloud backup is different because you only back up the small pieces of user information and download all fresh applications from the App Store. When iTunes is used, has a great set of your phone, he puts it on your computer, and then put everything back just the way it was. not solve anything.
If you do not have enough space on iCloud to backup your phone, copy all your photos from your phone to your computer and delete everything in your camera roll. Alternatively, or after you have done this, enter the configuration backup and turn off iCloud Reel backup. The only thing that occupies space in iCloud is the camera roll – Everything else is very insignificant. Trust me, one iCloud restore it.
7. Last effort – restore your phone back and set AS NEW
OK to activate iCloud and redownload your contacts, calendars, reminders, bookmarks, etc., but if the failure is too deep and it is in all backups, sometimes you just have to start over. And let’s be honest here, if you’re going to the Apple store for a technician to take a look at it, do all these steps first, because if you do not, they send you home to make them anyway. Apple technicians are trained not to believe a battery problem is actually a battery problem. Indeed, rarely problems with batteries, but with all the issues that I just talked about, it’s no wonder why customers lose faith in their phones.