15 iOS 7 Battery Saving Secret Tips!

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In today’s video, I showed 15 essential secret tips on conserving your battery life after upgrading to the Apple’s iOS 7 operating system!

There are a couple of new features that are nice to eye candy but are not really battery friendly hence here’s 15 things you can do to improve on your battery life.

1 Turn off “Air Drop” – using control centre swipe up and set to OFF
2 Turn off Bluetooth When not in use Settings — Bluetooth OR Control Center toggle bluetooth
3 Turn Off WIFI – Settings — WIFI
4 Turn off location Services Settings — Privacy — Location Services — Turn off some System Services
5 Turn ON Limit Ad Tracking Settings — Privacy — Advertising (turn it on)
6 Turn off Push Notifications Settings — Notification Center — Edit/customise
7 Dynamic to Still Wallpaper Settings — Wallpapers & Brightness — Choose wallpaper — Stills
8 Lower Brightness or Auto Brightness Settings — Wallpaper & Brightness — Auto Brightness
9 Alter your location services Settings — Privacy — Location Services
10 Reduce Motion Settings — General — Accessibility — Reduce Motion
11 Disable background refresh Settings — General — Background App Refresh
12 Turn off Siri’s Raise to Speak Settings — General — Siri — Raise to Speak
13 Turn Auto Lock to 1 Minute Settings– General — Auto-Lock — 1 Minute
14 Turn off Diagnostic & Usage Settings — General — About — Diagnostic & Usage
15 Shut down background Applications Double tap home button — swipe up each app’s preview to shut it down

AHHH I had forgotten to include to disable the Mailbox push to Manual
Settings — Mail,Contacts, Calendars— Fetch New Data –set to OFF

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I edited the videos using iMovie 11 The voice in the video is me.

This is a tutorial commentary to provide educational tips & tricks on saving battery life on iOS 7

The starting & end credits are made using royalty free icons found online for various social networks and added using Keynote to make the animations with a green screen effects.

Check out on how I use keynote to make the intro

The animated background of the ending credit was screen recorded using quicktime via Apple’s iTunes application while playing a music (CTRL + T) Visualizer.

Intro music is “East Ender Short” Ending music is “Electric Rodeo Short” from iMovie

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