Apple Alert All iPhone Users – Five Popular Apps Are SECRET “Battery Killers”

IF you frequently lose charge on your iPhone, some of your favorite apps may be contributing to the problem.

Experts at pCloud have compiled a list of the apps that need the most juice, and chances are you have at least one on your iPhone.

Battery life can be saved by getting rid of underused or inefficient apps

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Battery life can be saved by getting rid of underused or inefficient apps

Five of the apps in the top 20 are actually extremely popular and collectively have billions of users.

These apps are Facebook, WhatsApp, Snapchat, Zoom and Telegram.

Social media and communication apps are used by the ton, resulting in a drained battery — but they’re also breaking a few golden rules of battery efficiency.

Apps like Facebook and WhatsApp run background functions that can quickly drain your battery.

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Understandably, you might not want to part with these apps, but there are steps you can take to make them drain less of your battery.

For example, you can add a time limit to your Facebook app so you stop opening it all the time.

You can also try using dark mode if it’s available so your screen brightness doesn’t help drain your battery.

Sharing your location for a long time can also drain your battery.

If you’re doing this on Snapchat, WhatsApp, or Facebook, you might want to reconsider.

This isn’t the first time Facebook has been called due to dead batteries.

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According to Uswitch, the Facebook and Facebook Messenger apps are two of the “biggest drains on our batteries”.

Facebook can run constantly in the background and access a variety of permissions.

https://www.the-sun.com/tech/5982159/apple-warning-iphone-battery-killer-apps/ Apple Alert All iPhone Users – Five Popular Apps Are SECRET “Battery Killers”

Chris Barrese

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