How to Save Battery Life on an iPad

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24-09-2016, 05:15
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Running out of battery can leave iPad users feeling a little helpless. Avoid being caught short by using to a few simple practices when your iPad’s battery level begins to dip...


  1. Tap the Settings icon on your iPad’s Home screen to launch the Settings app.
  2. If you can manage without an internet connection while you use your iPad, turn on Airplane mode by tapping the switch at the top left of the screen. This prevents inbound and outbound communication through Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and saves battery.
  3. Like Airplane mode, turning off Wi-Fi also reduces battery use when your iPad looks for new Wi-Fi networks and communicates via Wi-Fi. Tap the Wi-Fi option on the left of the screen and set the toggle at the top of the interface to ‘’OFF’’.
  4. Tap Location Services and set Location Services to ‘’OFF’’ to save battery as your iPad tries to pinpoint your location.
  5. Tap ‘’Brightness & Wallpaper’’ and move the brightness slider as far to the left as is comfortable to view.
  6. Tap “Bluetooth”.
  7. Set the Bluetooth toggle to “OFF” to prevent your iPad from using battery looking for Bluetooth devices.
  8. Tap “Mail, Contacts, Calendars” and then tap “Fetch New Data.
  9. Set the “Push” toggle to “OFF” and tap the longest acceptable period under the Fetch section. The less frequently your iPad checks for e-mail, the less battery it uses.
  10. Set auto-lock to the lowest number of minutes. This will lock, and put your iPad to sleep quicker. Shorter times will use less battery!


  • If you have an iPad with a data plan, turning of mobile data access from the Settings app will also save battery life.
  • Setting your iPad’s e-mail Fetch settings to manual means that it only checks for e-mails when you launch the Mail app or update your inbox within the Mail app. This can help save a lot of battery.
  • Double click on your home button and delete the apps. It won't delete the real apps, it will just make them disappear.


  • Find my iPad will not work if you turn off Location Services on your iPad.
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