Apple experts say you should remove this app from your iPhone to save battery

When your iPhone battery dies after a few hours, leaving your phone unusable for most of the day, you know you have unresolved glitches. He doesn’t have to (and shouldn’t) settle for a less than great phone experience, especially considering he’s invested so much in his phone. One way to instantly boost battery performance is to simply close a few apps on your device. And while deleting apps can be a hassle, you’ll get used to not having them AND you’ll be able to enjoy a better iPhone experience overall once your phone gets rid of these battery-draining culprits. Apple experts say that you should remove this app from your iPhone to save battery life.


Maybe you’re so used to hearing how bad the Facebook app is for your phone that you haven’t focused on other social media apps that also eat up a lot of battery. Twitter tops the expert lists when it comes to apps that drain your battery.

“This social media app is very similar to Facebook and extremely damaging to your battery because it constantly checks your app and automatically uploads videos throughout the day,” says tech expert Stella Cooper, CEO of Payday loans UK. “You can save some battery power by turning off autoplay for Twitter videos:

  • Tap your profile picture at the top left of the screen.
  • Click Settings and privacy.
  • Tap Data Usage.
  • Tap Video Autoplay.
  • Depending on your selection, tap Wi-Fi Only or Never. If you choose Wi-Fi Only, the app will automatically play videos when connected to Wi-Fi. If you select “Never”, the app will completely prevent playing videos.

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Kill social media apps to increase battery

According to Kelvin Stewart, co-founder of USBadCreditLoans, many social media apps (including Twitter) are bad news for your battery.

“Instead of downloading it as an app, browse the web version to troubleshoot battery issues,” says Stewart. “When you start the Facebook app, it drains the battery by loading a large amount of data on the mobile screen. It’s about time to remove social apps from your iPhone to save battery life in the long run.

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