Although Apple's iPad has the best battery life among the highly rated tablets, it still can't be relied fully. Once the battery drains away, you're left with a gigantic metallic slab.
Since the iPad is a highly productive device, it is necessary to keep it running throughout the day, especially if you're solely dependent on your tablet device.
Unlike older models, both the iPad Air and iPad Air 2 that run on the latest version of iOS are less likely to suffer from constant battery issues. However, if you own an older-generation model, then in that case it's still a good idea to keep up the device in a good condition.
So, here are some ways to preserve your iPads battery life so that if you do not face hell lot of issues of dying tablet. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!
With iOS 8, Apple users have an option to breakdown of what apps are using the most power. To find which apps have been draining your device battery simply go to Settings > General > Usage > Battery Usage. After identifying culprit applications - either close or delete them that are not needed.
You can always adjust your iPad's screen brightness. Of course, putting it on the brightest side will definitely drain your battery faster. So the best way is to adjust your tablet's brightness to the middle level.
Your iPad lets you know whenever you receive an e-mail or a ping via Facebook messenger. Indeed, the notification feature comes handy, but you don't always need to know who is doing what in your circle. It's always better to turn off notifications, especially when you are in the middle of a meeting.
If you're using cellular connection, you'll run through your data quickly and drain your battery much faster, especially when you're indoors. In that case, if you are near to a Wi-Fi connection, make sure that your Wi-Fi is toggled on.
Almost half of the time we forget to turn off Bluetooth. Bluetooth doesn't need to be turn on unless you are using it. To turn off, tap Settings, then tap Bluetooth and toggle Bluetooth to off.