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How To Improve The Battery Life On Your Old iPhone Right This Second

The new update will bring your handset up to speed
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You and your trusty old iPhone have been through a lot together, and you’re not about to throw in the towel just because it’s completely smashed and basically unusable.

Still, you wouldn’t mind a little spruce up in the battery department, would you? That’s where Apple’s new iOS 12 comes in.

You and your trusty old iPhone have been through a lot together, and you’re not about to throw in the towel just because it’s completely smashed and basically unusable.

Still, you wouldn’t mind a little spruce up in the battery department, would you? That’s where Apple’s new iOS 12 comes in.

But here’s the thing. According to T3, the new operating systems needs to re-index your storage which may take a while. Around 48 hours, actually, in which your iPhone may well drain at an unusually fast rate.

But the two-or-so days are worth it in the end, as iOS 12 could well bring your old handset up to the speed.

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That being said, are you sure it’s not time for an upgrade? If you’re unsure, you can find out here.

This story originally appeared on Esquire.co.ukMinor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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