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Secret tricks for extending the life of your iPhone’s battery.

by Yvone Kendi
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A TikTok tech guru has shared a simple trick that could improve the performance of your iPhone.

In a video posted on Tuesday, user “Ambre skye” demonstrated how to activate a self-destruct command for tabs in the Safari iOS app to her 780,000 followers.

When enabled, the setting eliminates the need for users to manually close tabs from within the app.

As a result, your browser is less likely to accumulate unused tabs, which can slow down your device and drain your battery life.

Open the iPhone Settings app to set your Safari tabs to close automatically.

Scroll to the bottom and select Safari.

Scroll down once more and select Close Tabs. Choose whether you want tabs to close after one day, one week, or one month from the drop-down menu.

For maximum speed and efficiency, Ambre skye, one of TikTok’s most popular tech tipsters, recommends closing Safari tabs after one week.

Having multiple tabs open in your browser can cause your mobile to slow down because each one consumes your system’s short-term data storage.

RAM (Random Access Memory) is where your phone remembers everything that is running on it, including apps, browsers, the operating system, and more.

If your RAM becomes clogged as a result of multiple applications or tabs being open at the same time, you may notice that the performance of your smartphone suffers.

Apps may begin to run more slowly or lag, and your phone may become hot to the touch and run out of battery at an alarming rate.

If your iPhone’s performance is suffering, try closing down apps you’re not using to free up storage space.

To do so on an iPhone X or later, go to the Home Screen and swipe up from the bottom of the screen, pausing in the middle.

Swipe right or left to locate the app you want to close, then swipe up on the preview to close it.

Double-click the Home button on the iPhone SE, iPhone 8, and earlier to see your most recently used apps, then swipe up on those you want to close.

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