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Question: Any difference between using low power mode and manually toggling these settings (e.g. fetch mail, etc...)?

Especially on the iPhone 7 where it already has 2 low power cores, does low power mode affect battery life at all if users manually choose to disable many of the battery-consuming settings such as mail fetch and location services?


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Low power mode is designed to be used when you are low on battery and can't charge any time soon. It's not designed to be used for example you are at 90%.


Manually changing those settings is more if you want to use the least amount of battery on a daily basis.


If daily you are running low on battery it would be more helpful to disable those battery consuming features.


Here's an article:

Use Low Power Mode to extend battery life on your iPhone - Apple Support

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Apr 5, 2017 11:30 AM in response to gorillabanana In response to gorillabanana

Hello,


Low power mode is designed to be used when you are low on battery and can't charge any time soon. It's not designed to be used for example you are at 90%.


Manually changing those settings is more if you want to use the least amount of battery on a daily basis.


If daily you are running low on battery it would be more helpful to disable those battery consuming features.


Here's an article:

Use Low Power Mode to extend battery life on your iPhone - Apple Support

Apr 5, 2017 11:30 AM

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Question: Any difference between using low power mode and manually toggling these settings (e.g. fetch mail, etc...)?