Tricks To Fix iPhone 6s Battery Drain, Here’s How You Can Do So

More detailed benchmark statistics are already went wild into the Web regarding iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, pitting the two phone with plethora of devices in a variety of technical tests. Detailed information on the results are here in screenshots, but have you ever thought of bad battery life on both the new iPhone 2015 models, you have to consider that first. For that you have to read and discuss the complete fixing process as well.

First off the new smartphones are really are fast. Very fast indeed, Apple’s new A9 CPU and with the inclusion of 2GB of RAM have given the new iPhones all they need to compete at the very highest echelons of performance. Initial Geekbench scores evidently showing that the new comers are without a doubt some of the fastest around, even they, the new iPhones entered the bandwagon to beat Apple’s own MacBook in some tasks. Benchmarks in another way to check out how much and what a device can perform, but in real-world testing for showing how a new smartphone compares with its competitor.

Statistics here from AnandTech see the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus pitted against other smartphones and tablets across a range of categories such as gaming, battery life, web browsing and memory speeds, among others.

Check it for yourself:






On the other hand the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus users are also compalining about abnormal battery drain. Tricky, but we have got a solution to fix iPhone 6s battery life. Though  the spec sheet includes 3D Touch displays, new cameras, a new A9 processor, faster Touch ID, and a stronger design.

The battery capacity on the iPhone 6s, you’ll find a 3.82 V, 6.55 Whr (1,715 mAh). On iPhone 6s Plus, comes with rated at 3.82 volts, 10.45 Whr (2,750 mAh).

How to fix bad battery drain on iPhone 6s / 6s Plus


First: Launch the Settings app. Tap on Battery, which will show you all the apps and internet services like Home & Lock screen that are consuming more battery life on your iPhone. By default, it shows you the battery hogs in the lastr 24 hours. Now, you have to identify the batter hogs, which the background running apps consumed beafy battery life, which shows with a high percentage usages. Disabling those app can be a expected for life.

Second: You have to limit background app refresh. For that turn it Off, and if its On, because pps will download information in the bachground and at the same time new info is shown when you fire them back up. It’s the biggest culprit, but useful and could download eat up battery in the background.


Head over to Settings -> General -> Background App Refresh -> Turn it Off. So that your iPhone battery will save some life.

Third: Location Services are another GPS wreck havoc on battery life. If you’re using Google Maps or Waze for an extend period of time then you already should know that, it indeed eats up the life in a quicker way.


To get hold on it, you have to just go to Settings -> Privacy -> Location Services – If On, turn it Off.

Fourth: You have to Turn off Push Notifications on iPhone 6s as well. It’s like Location Services and Background Refresh, Push also runs email, calendar, and more in Notification Center which can suck up the juice of your phone battery. To manage it, go to Settings -> Notifications, shut off for all the apps that you don’t use on your phone.


Navigate to Mails, Contacts and Calendars > Fetch New Data. You need to check if the email account has been set as Push, Fetch or Manual.

Fifth: Useing Low Power Mode on badly draining iPhone battery.  Settings > Battery and tapping on the toggle. Low Power Mode temporarily reduces power consumption by turning off or reducing mail fetch, background app refresh, automatic downloads, and some visual effects. Doing this can help extend battery by an additional 3 hours.


Sixth: Disable App Store’s Automatic Updates. For that go to  Settings > iTunes and App Store > scroll down to the Automatic Downloads section and turn off the Updates switch. You can also tell iOS to not use cellular data for automatic downloads and iTunes Match streaming.


Like the aforementioned there are several other fixes available.  Like Check For Signal, Turning off Dynamic Wallpapers, Disable Motion effects, parallex etc. Power cycling your device helps in recalibrating the battery indicator more accurately.