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Battery Life

How to fix iPad Pro and iOS 11 battery life problems

How do you fix battery life problems after getting a new iPad Pro or installing the iOS 11 beta? Here are our top power-saving tips!

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iPhone dying before the battery runs out? Here's the fix!

Does your iPhone keeps shutting down and turning off while the battery still reads 20%, 30%, or even 50%? Here's what to do!

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How to fix iOS and iPhone battery life problems

How do you fix battery life problems after updating to iOS 10 or upgrading to iPhone 7? Here are our top power-saving tips!

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The Case of the Missing Mac Time Estimate

Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. The Case of the Missing Time Estimate

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How to manage Background App Refresh on iPhone and iPad

Background refresh is part of what allows any app for iPhone or iPad to appear to be multitasking all the time. But sometimes you want to cut back on power and data usage. So lock it down!

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How to use battery settings on iPhone and iPad

This article explains how to turn on Low Power Mode for iPhone and iPad. It also explains how to enable viewing battery percentage in the status bar.

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Uninstalling Facebook for iPhone is pretty great for battery life

Don't hate the Facebook network — hate the Facebook app's background bloat.

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Secret power-savers: Extend your iPhone battery life now!

The iPhones 6s already get good battery life, but here's how to take them to the next level!

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Comic: Thinner Isn't Always Better

Happy Saturday, iMore! Because Rich is awesome, he's letting us run some of his Mac-themed comics from the Diesel Sweeties archive on weekends. Bonus comics, woo! We hope you enjoy.

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How's your Apple Watch battery life?

Apple said the Apple Watch should last you through the day — so is it?

The currency of mobile devices is battery life. Every feature from the lightness of the hardware to the brightness of the display to the data being transferred has a price paid for in power. Watches are even smaller than phones, which means they have less energy to begin with and have to pay even more attention to efficiency. That brings us to the Apple Watch and for some of us, the battery life we've experienced during our first full week of using it.

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