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Apple currently offers the standard i Phone 8, i Phone 8 Plus, i Phone 7, i Phone 7 Plus, i Phone 6s, i Phone 6s Plus, and the smaller i Phone SE.
— here's what you can do to fix battery life and get on with Whether you restore from backup or set up as new, your new i Phone or updated version of i OS 11 could expend up a lot of power downloading apps, games, mail, photos, and other content.
That's because the Wi-Fi radio stays on for a long time, and Spotlight — the i OS search system — has to index everything.
Some apps rebuild their own libraries and databases as well.
When radios and processors can't sleep, power consumption goes way up. In addition to the system taking a while to really finish transferring everything over, we also tend to spend a long time playing with new phones and new features.
If you've just upgraded to a new i Phone 8 or i Phone X, updated to i OS 11, or restored, give things a day or so to finish up and go back to normal. That's especially true with things like Animoji, Portrait Lighting, and Augmented Reality (AR) apps.
So the screen stays on, storage gets written to, WI-Fi and maybe cellular radios stay lit up, and power gets consumed. When you pick it back up, note down how much battery life you have left again.In other words, if you're battery feels like it's only lasting half as long, the first step to fixing it is figuring out if you're using it twice as much. If there isn't a big change while in standby, you're probably okay, and your battery life will return to normal when your usage returns to normal (after the novelty wears off).If your i Phone continued to drain and drain fast, even when you weren't using it, keep reading!Rebooting, restarting, or resetting is the oldest cliche in troubleshooting. Sometimes a good reset is all that's needed to kick bad bits loose.i Phone X and i Phone 8 require different button combos than previous i Phones: It can be tricky to understand, but here's the deal: If you see i Cloud Photo Library there, and you've just upgraded, it's a sign you're downloading thumbnails and things should return to normal when you're done.If you see Facebook there and it says 4% on screen and 40% on background, it's a sign something has gone wrong.At that point, you can force quit a rogue app and likely get your power consumption back to normal.Sometimes restoring from an old backup, especially a backup of a different device like an i Pad, can be less than ideal.Cruft builds up and things just don't run like they used to. If you suspect that's the case, you can suck it up and set up your i Phone as .Yes, it can be an incredible pain in the apps, but if you have a significant and continual problem, and nothing else can fix it, setting up as new can be a solution. You will have to set up almost everything again, including passwords and settings, and you will lose all your saved data like game levels, health, and activities, but in most cases, your battery life will be better than ever. A battery case keeps everything tightly packed together but limits the size and scope of the power source — it can't be too big to fit in your pocket, and it typically can't power other devices as well.If you need to go longer than the built-in battery in your i Phone will allow, one option is to get an external battery. A battery bank can come in all shapes and sizes and can often charge multiple devices, even at once.