A TIKTOK quick tip could help you save precious battery life on your iPhone.
The tip is just a one-step process that helps users save precious juice on their devices.
This trick is aimed at iPhone owners that use Safari as their primary browser.
Often times, users can absent-mindedly forget to exit out of browser windows.
Having dozens of webpages open in the background are a strain on the battery.
Apply this hack to have Safari automatically x-out of open windows and save you and your battery the trouble.
Go to the Settings app click the Safari tab.
Scroll down to the Tabs section – it's headlined by simplistic iPhone rendering.
Click the fourth row that reads "Close Tabs" – you'll be taken to a new page that gives users the option to have their tabs close after one day, one week or one month.
To maximize your battery, have your iPhone clear your tabs after one day.
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The tip was posted to the TomsGuide TikTok page.
The post flew under the radar generating just 88 likes – but is sure to save battery if applied correctly.
Note that this trick will close all tabs without question – if you have a key webpage open be sure to bookmark it so you can access it later.
This hack will not apply to third party browsers like Google Chrome.
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Battery life is a point of emphasis for all brands, including the newest iPhone.
TomsGuide ran the ultimate test of battery life and found that the iPhone 13 Pro Max was the best performing battery to date, running for over 12 hours of high demand use.
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