How to Boot the Battery Life of Your iPhone after iOS 7.1.1 Update


Apple released iOS 7.1.1 with several updates, such as further improvements to Touch ID fingerprint recognition on the iPhone 5S, bug fix that could impact keyboard responsiveness, the issue fix when using Bluetooth keyboards with VoiceOver enabled. However, there are some problems with the new iOS 7.1.1 – Siri’s lock screen bypass, battery drains easily, emails save on users’ devices are not encrypted, etc.

As to the issues of battery drains quickly, it is the exclusive bug that iOS 7.1.1 has. In fact, many users have complained this repulsive issue when there is a new iOS update. There are many useful tips to improve your iPhone battery life, such as update software, organize the iPhone settings, deal with the SIM card, take full use of battery life, and reinstall iOS. In this post, we will list a new how-to to boot your iPhone battery life after updating to iOS 7.1.1. Any iPhone model including iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4 is supported.

Tip 1. Turn off Bluetooth and Wi-Fi if you are not using them and LTE if you don’t live in a market that supports it.

Tip 2. Turn down the brightness of your device. This is very helpful to save your battery life.

Tip 3. Check if you have a bigger issue: go to settings > General > Usage and write down the Usage and Stanby times. Put your device to sleep for five minutes and then check the numbers gain. If everything works correctly, your standby time should be 5 minutes more than previously and Usage should be the same.

Tip 4. Lock your iPhone when you are not using it. To do this, press the Sleep/Wake button or go to Settings > General > Auto-Lock and set the interval to a short time to set the Aoto-Lock interval.

The last advice for you is to know the basic knowledge about charging your iPhone. With all those useful tips, you can boot the battery life of your iPhone after updating to iOS 7.1.1.

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