#1. Disable Auto-Fetching of New Data
By default, new data is fetched to your account on your iOS device. However, you can completely turn it off or fetch data manually.
Step #1. Tap on Settings → Accounts & Passwords.
Step #2. Tap on Fetch New Data.
Step #3. Next, turn off the switch next to Push to turn off data fetching.
There is also an option to schedule data pushing. For instance, you can allow the account to push data every 15 Minutes, every 30 Minutes, Hourly.
#2. Adjust Display & Brightness to the Right Perspective
By keeping the display and brightness under control, you can maximize the battery life of your device.
Step #1. Tap on Settings → Display & Brightness.
Step #2. Next, disable Auto-Brightness.
Also, make sure to keep auto-lock at the minimum.
Make sure to choose “Standard” as the view of your device.
#3. Disable Automatic Downloads and Updates
When auto-downloads is on, new purchases made on other devices (Connected with the same iCloud account) are automatically downloaded on your device. Though it’s a very helpful feature, turning it off can be good for the health of your device’s battery.
Step #1. Tap on Settings → iTunes & App Store.
Step #2. Turn Off Automatic Downloads and Updates.
#4. Turn On Low Power Mode
Low Power Mode is a highly user-friendly feature that has been primed to maximize the battery on your device. When it’s turned on, it automatically disables several power-hungry features such as automatic downloads, mail fetch, Hey Siri, background app refresh. What’s more, it even cuts down visual effects.
Step #1. Open Settings → Tap on Battery.
Step #2. Turn On Low Power Mode.
#5. Allow Notifications Only from Selected Apps
Make sure to allow notifications from only selected apps. The endless alerts could be playing the spoil sport. Hence, bring them under the notice.
Step #1. Go to Settings → Notifications.
Step #2. Tap on the app from which you don’t want to receive alerts anymore and then turn off the switch next to Allow Notifications.