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Note: If you are using USB Type-C charging, please ensure that the USB Type-C port on your computer supports battery charging and power delivery for your laptop. If you are unsure about the functionality of the USB Type-C port, you can refer to this article to download the user manual specific to your computer model: How to search for and download user manuals.

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Please make sure whether you set up Battery Health Charging in MyASUS (for some models, the Battery Health Charging is a separate app). In order to protect the battery, Battery Health Charging allows you to set your battery's maximum power of ROSC (Relative State Of Charge) which helps extend the battery's lifespan. Here you can learn more about the introduction of ASUS Battery Health Charging.

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The two things that cause the most battery drain in your iPhone are its screen and cellular service. Obviously, you know when you're actively using your phone, but your iPhone is often performing tasks in the background and even lighting up your screen without you noticing. For example, your iPhone may use cellular data to check for new Instagram posts in your feed and then turn on the screen to notify you that there are new posts.

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Thankfully, optimizing how and when your iPhone performs tasks to fix these issues is possible. And with a bit of awareness about how you use your iPhone and the apps you're running on it, you can curb your phone's battery-draining tendencies.

There's an easy way to see which apps use the most battery. Go to Settings > Battery. When you scroll down, you can see the percentage of battery used by each app in the last 24 hours. Tap the "Last 10 days" tab to get a more accurate picture of which apps are the biggest battery hogs. You don't have to stop using these apps entirely to keep your battery going, but knowing what's likely to drain your battery is the first step to fixing it.

Last, if you use free ad-supported apps, you're burning a little extra battery power to download and display advertisements. If you like an app enough to use it all the time, why not go ahead and pay a dollar or two to buy it instead of making your phone download advertisements every time you open it? Trust us: your battery will thank you.

Downloading lots of data doesn't just burn through your monthly data plan; it also burns through your battery life as your phone works to download that data. That means anyone concerned about battery life will want to avoid apps that are a significant data drain.

Though text-based email and social media posts are small, many include larger photos and video files, and viewing lots of them will leave you with less battery life. So when you're on a strict battery budget, limit your time browsing Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and other image-intensive services and sites. And if you just have to stay connected, skip uploading your photos and videos until you have a full battery.

If you think that closing apps you aren't using will save you battery life, think again. Back in 2016, Craig Federighi, Apple's Senior Vice President of Software Engineering, dispelled that myth saying, "there's just no need to quit your apps to save battery life."

Excessive heat can damage the battery's capacity and shorten how long it can power your device on a single charge. Very cold conditions can also impact battery life, but the effects are temporary. Apple suggests that you avoid exposing your phone to temperatures below -4 degrees Fahrenheit (-20 degrees Centigrade) or above 95 degrees Fahrenheit (35 degrees Centigrade). When your phone is too hot or cold, it could stop charging or even stop working altogether.

Keeping your screen brightly lit at all times can be a massive battery drain. Go to Settings > Display & Brightness, and set the brightness slider to the lowest level you're comfortable with. For everyday battery savings, turn on Auto-Brightness (Settings > Accessibility > Display & Text Size > Auto-Brightness) so that the iPhone automatically adjusts the screen brightness depending on ambient light.

You can also reduce screen drain by setting your phone's screen lock to kick on as quickly as possible, reducing the amount of time the screen is needlessly lit. Go to Settings > Display & Brightness > Auto-Lock. We recommend selecting the lowest possible amount of time to maximum battery life: 30 seconds.

If you only need to conserve battery life sometimes, like while traveling, you can set up a Focus mode that restricts notifications to a limited number of apps. Go to Settings > Focus and create a new Focus mode by tapping the plus icon in the upper right corner. You can then customize which app notifications you'll let through.

Each time your phone vibrates for an alert, phone call, or typing on your keyboard, it drains a little of the battery. If your phone is already sounding for alerts and calls, having vibrations enabled is an unnecessary battery sink.

Head to Settings > Sounds & Haptics to toggle whether your phone vibrates on ring, on silent, or not at all. While you're there, you can turn off haptics for your keyboard by selecting "Keyboard Feedback" and toggling off "Haptic." Unfortunately, according to Apple, this helpful feature can drain your battery.

Location services are terribly convenient, letting apps know where you are and providing useful, location-specific information, from offering directions to looking up local restaurant reviews. However, keeping your iPhone's GPS running can quickly go through your battery power. You can tell when something on your phone is using location services by the arrow icon that appears in your menu bar at the top of the screen. If you'd like to save battery life, you have several options where location services are concerned.

You can also disable location services entirely if you aren't using them (or just want to save some battery power). From Settings > Privacy > Location Services, move the slider by Location Services to the off position.

Optimized Battery Charging protects your iPhone's battery by keeping it in the 40 - 80 percent charged range most of the night. Your iPhone will finish charging about an hour before you usually start using it in the morning, so you wake up with a fully charged iPhone. You can always start charging your phone sooner by going to Settings > Battery > Battery Health & Charging > Optimized Battery Charging. When you toggle it off, you can select "Turn Off" or "Turn Off Until Tomorrow."

Many of us use our phones to check our email, but how often you check your email can significantly affect your phone's battery. The iPhone lets you set up new mail to be "pushed" to your phone immediately (although not all email services support this) or be "fetched" from the mail server at certain intervals.

Pushing email to your phone requires a constant connection. Fetching email on a schedule uses less battery life. To change how often your phone checks your email, go to Settings > Mail > Accounts > Fetch New Data. For best battery life, turn Push off and reduce your Fetch interval or set it to Manual. If you really need mail from a specific account fast, you enable Push and select it for the one account.

Head to Settings > Screen Time > App Limits and select "Add Limit." To set a time limit on any battery-hoggers, select the app, select "Next" and add a time limit. If you select multiple apps, the time limit will apply to all apps selected.

If you're in an area with good WiFi, turning on WiFi calling can help save battery life. Go to Settings > Cellular > Wi-Fi Calling and then toggle on Wi-Fi Calling on This Phone. You'll be asked to input an Emergency Address to help emergency services respond to your calls.

If you aren't using WiFi, it's best to turn it off to preserve battery life. Otherwise, your phone will constantly check for available WiFi networks, draining your battery in the process. You can disable WiFi under Settings > Wi-Fi or open the Control Center and tap the WiFi icon (swipe down from the upper right for iPhone X and later, swipe up from the bottom for iPhone SE, iPhone 8 and earlier). Just remember to turn it back on again when you need it, or you'll end up using cellular data, which will drain your battery faster than WiFi would.

If you have a 5G iPhone (iPhone SE 3rd gen and iPhone 12 models and later), using available 5G networks can save battery life. However, 5G coverage is not universal. When a 5G network is unavailable or the signal is weak, your battery can drain faster. Go to Settings > Cellular > Voice & Data and select "5G Auto" so your phone will automatically connect to the fastest network, whether it's 5G or the slower LTE network.


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