5 myths about iPhone battery life you might mistakenly believe - and what you should do instead
But you might not be going about it the right way. Because so many people have iPhones, a lot of conventional wisdom about iPhone battery life can be similar to folk wisdom.
But that's not to say there aren't ways you can improve your battery life by changing specific settings or the way you use your iPhone.
Here are five common myths about iPhone battery life, what you can do about them, and sources where you can find additional information:
Myth #1: Closing apps you're not using can save battery life
Myth #2: Charging your phone overnight can hurt the battery
Myth #3: Apple's $29 battery replacements are guaranteed to improve your device's battery life
Myth #4: Turning off settings like Bluetooth and Wi-Fi will always save your battery life
Myth #5: Letting the iPhone adjust brightness automatically hurts battery life
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