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How Long Does the Battery Last on the iPhone 6? 

 September 19, 2021

By  Phil Borges

iPhone 6's battery life is a very important factor when deciding whether or not to buy it. After all, we never know when an emergency will arise, and we will need our phones to last as long as possible. One of the inquiries on everyone's mind is, "How long does the battery last?"

Well, if you are reading this article, then I'm happy to tell you that I am about to answer that question for you.

The answer depends on a lot of different factors, but we can give you some general guidelines. We will also discuss here the details about what affects battery life and provide some additional tips to maximize it.

How long does the battery of an iPhone last?

If you consider purchasing an iPhone 6, you will want to make sure that the battery life works for your lifestyle.

The battery life of the iPhone 6 can last up to ten hours between charges but will still vary depending on how you are using your phone, what you have it set to do while using it, whether or not you're connected to a Wi-Fi network and other factors.

It is no secret that iPhones are expensive, and if you cannot afford to buy a new one every few years, it may be worth considering how long your current phone will last. 

The average lifespan of an iPhone 6 is about five years. However, this number varies depending on which company made the battery and the amount of use your device has seen over its lifetime.

Tips for extending iPhone 6 battery life

Generally, the quality of iPhones is better than the quality of other devices. If you would like to maximize the battery life of your iPhone 6, then there are some saving tips that you can do:

- Turn off location services when not in use - this will save power for the GPS and Wi-Fi apps.

- Disable automatic email downloads while on the go - it is best if these updates take place over Wi-Fi or if needed only.

- Sign out of apps you are no longer using - this will free up power for the ones that you are still using.

- Turn off push notifications on your phone in order to save battery life - set them so they only come through when it is an app update or notification from someone important.

- You can conserve battery by lowering the screen brightness - enough to where you are still able to see the screen, but it is not as bright.

- If your phone has a battery pack, then plugin when at home or work and monitor the percentage of power left so that you don't run out while away from an outlet.

- Keep apps running only until done using- this will prevent them from constantly running in the background and draining your battery.

- Use a power-saving mode - this will disable some of the functions on your phone so that it does not drain as much power.

As you can see, there are so many things that you can do to help your phone last longer. 

Frequently Asked Questions

What are other factors that affect the battery life of an iPhone 6?

Many factors affect the life of your battery - some of these include how often you use it, what type of apps you have opened on the phone at any given time, whether or not you're connected to Wi-Fi, and if there is an update available.

How long can 20% last on an iPhone 6?

This really depends on how you are using your phone. If it is not being used at all, then the 20% battery life will last for about three to four hours before dying out completely. However, if you constantly open and close apps or send messages while still connected to Wi-Fi, this time frame can be reduced drastically. In some cases, you will only be able to use your phone for one hour before it dies.

How much battery life will it last for heavy gaming use?

The iPhone 6 is a great phone but might not last long when used heavily (mainly if your iPhone has been serving you for several years now). One review says his iPhone 6 lasted 14 hours of heavy usage (at 50% brightness).

Why is my iPhone 6 battery still heats up after replacing it?

If you have noticed that your battery is still heating up even after it has been replaced, then there are a few things to check:

-Battery compatibility - make sure that your battery is the same size and from the same company as what was originally in it.

-A faulty part - open up your phone to see if any of its parts are loose. If they are, you will need to find out which one is causing this issue to replace just that piece or have a professional do it for you (but this one comes with a service fee).

-Faulty iPhone - if you are still experiencing the same issue even after replacing your battery, there is a chance that it might be an issue with your phone.

How long does it take to charge an iPhone battery?

Charging an iPhone battery will take about four hours, from 0% to 100%.

When is the time to charge an iPhone 6 battery?

The best practice is to charge the iPhone 6 battery is when it's below 20%. This will ensure that your phone's battery life lasts longer.

How to tell if an iPhone 6 battery has swollen?

The best time to detect possible swelling is when you first turn on your device - if it has swollen, then the screen will be distorted. If you notice that hazy white screen on the phone, this is an early sign of a swollen battery.

Can I fix a swollen battery?

A swollen battery is not something to be taken lightly. It is a sign that you need to replace it. Do not even attempt to fix a swollen battery yourself, as this is one of the most significant fire safety risks around. The best way to attend to this is to bring it to the nearest Apple Store who can assist you with the process. They will take care of the proper disposal of a swollen battery.

Conclusion

I hope that this post has helped you understand the best practices for extending your iPhone 6 battery life. Just always remember that your battery life will be determined by how often you use it, what applications are on at any given time, and if there is an update available. It is always the best practice to take care of your battery, do not overcharge it or even damage it if you want your phone to perform at its optimum level.

About the author

Hi, I'm Phil Borges.. thanks for reading.. My wife says I can't shut up about batteries so to save my marriage I've started this blog .. where I'd be ranting about batteries! Please leave a comment if you have any questions, I'm happy to help!

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