Almost all tablets from Apple offer an excellent battery life. However, we can’t deny the fact that the battery life of any device gradually reduces after a while. If you just happen to buy an iPad tablet, or if you are an iPad user struggling with battery backup problems, then scroll down to learn a few tricks that will help you to extend the battery life of your tablet.
Lowering the screen brightness of your tablet is one of the simplest and effective ways to preserve battery life. Go to the Settings page on your device and click the Display & Brightness option to adjust the brightness of the tablet.
In addition to that, you can find a toggle switch for Auto-Brightness on your Settings page. It is wiser to turn the Auto-Brightness feature on, if you are not frequently using the device. The feature would automatically adjust the brightness of the screen based on the ambient light.
If you are using a Bluetooth speaker or a Bluetooth keyboard, then you will definitely need to turn on your Bluetooth so as to connect the external devices. However, if you were not using any such devices, then turning off the Bluetooth feature would be a smart choice, as it helps you to preserve the battery of your tablet.
Go to the Settings page, select Bluetooth option and turn it off. The same applies for Wi-Fi too; if you think you don’t need an internet connection for a few hours, then it is wiser to turn off the Wi-Fi.
Some of us like to check our email through the tablet, while others prefer to use a separate device to check the messages. If you are a user, who prefers to use another device for reading emails, then you don’t need to constantly push or fetch all your new messages into the iPad tablet.
Check the Mail Settings of your device and make sure that the Push option is turned off and the fetch is set to Manual. However, you can also set it to Hourly, if you prefer. This will help you to preserve your battery life in a much better way.