Smartphones are great and continue to evolve with all kinds of new features and functions. However, battery life remains a problem and devices only just last a full day of conservative use.
The Apple iPhone 6S, the firm's current flagship smartphone, is no exception. However, there are tips and tricks to improve battery life that could prove a life-saver. We've rounded up some of the best to help you get the most from your iPhone.
Turn down the brightness
The iPhone 6S has almost as many pixels as an 11in MacBook Air with its 4.7in 750x1334 326ppi display, so it will come as little surprise that the screen is the biggest drain on the battery.
You can change the vibrancy of the display to get around this. A quick way is to turn down brightness using the slider in Control Centre, accessed by swiping up from the bottom of the display.
You should also go to Settings > Display and Brightness to make sure you have the Auto Brightness feature switched off, as this will stop the handset cranking the brightness levels back up.
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