The latest Juice Pack has arrived for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, just in time for the holiday shopping season. Mophie announced the upgraded battery cases this week, which are available for $99.95. In addition to built-in batteries, the new Juice Packs feature Charge Force wireless charging technology.
Many people value their iPhone over most other possessions. After all, we keep much of our personal information there and it is usually among the more expensive purchases we make.
However, chances are there are some things you could or shouldn't be doing to ensure your iPhone's longevity. Many iPhone users place a case on their device, but not too many think about ways they can protect the internals, primarily the battery. No matter how pristine you manage to keep your iPhone on the outside, once the battery dies you're out of luck.
Here are a few things you can do to make sure your iPhone lives a long, happy life:
In iOS 9, Apple introduced a new feature called Low Power Mode which disables a number of battery draining background activities to save you hours of battery life.
Your iPhone will automatically ask you if you want to enter Low Power Mode when you hit 20 percent, but you can also enable it manually by going to Settings -> Battery. The problem is there may be some features you depend on which are disabled when Low Power Mode is active. Luckily, Apple has not left iPhone users in the dark regarding what features are disabled. Here are a few of those features you can manually disable to save battery instead of turning off the full fledged Low Power Mode.
Some iPhone 6s users have noticed a perplexing issue where the battery percentage in the status bar does not change. Where normally iOS would display the current battery remaining, on affected devices power depletion does not register. Apple has recognized the issue as a software problem and the company is working on a solution. In the meantime, iPhone 6s owners experiencing this quirk can follow the steps below.