Smartphones are a huge part of our daily lives. They provide easy communication and Internet access. We use them as cameras and video recorders to document our lives. We play games to relax and we use them for our work. Simply put, our smartphones are used all of the time, making battery life a big issue. Thankfully, there are ways to easily extend the battery life of your smartphone. We’ll take a look at a few ways to extend your battery life, coming up next.
Running out of battery on a smartphone is like running out of gas in a car, it always happens at the worst time. Here are 3 tips for extending the battery life on your smartphone so you aren’t left stranded.
1. Dimming Your Screen – You might be surprised to learn that one of the biggest battery hogs is your screen. To save some battery life, find the display settings on your phone and either lower the brightness or set it to automatic. This adjustment can make a significant difference in your overall battery life.
2. Disable GPS – Many smartphones use GPS for things like driving directions or providing special offers based on your location. These apps use GPS to enhance your experience, but each one of these can cause a drain on your battery. By disabling your GPS and location services you can save battery power.
3. Disable Unneeded Notifications – App notifications are often a major user of battery life on your smartphone. Each time an app provides a notification it usually turns on the screen, plays a sound, and or vibrates the phone. Turn off any unnecessary notifications by going to the settings and looking for notifications. Turn off the app notifications that are not critical for your daily use.
Though these are just a few of the ways you can extend the battery life on your smartphone, by making these simple changes you can significantly increase your productivity. We can help find solutions that will save you time and money with your technology and network. If you are looking for further ways to increase productivity in your office, give our team a call.