IT Best Practices: Simple Ways to Boost Your Smartphone’s Battery Life

September 30th, 2011 |
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IT Best Practices: Face it: smartphones are your portable lifeline to the world. With everything that these handheld marvels allow you to do—check your e-mail, surf the Internet, send text messages, balance your bank account, play games and even call other people (go figure)—it’s like having a calculator-sized power pack in your pocket or purse.

Of course, that feeling of ultimate power and knowledge only lasts about a day (if you’re lucky). And then, suddenly, you’re seemingly cut off from everything while your phone’s battery recharges. Oh, the agony…

But wait—while you can’t prevent this cell phone down time, you can minimize its impact with a few changes to your user habits. Here are some simple ways to squeeze more minutes out of
your smartphone’s battery life.


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