Too fast battery power on iPhone devices can be directly related to the applications installed on the phone. Some of them consume less battery, and some more - and you can discover which of them additionally burdens your phone.
Apple's new generation devices have a built-in tool that can easily detect which application consumes more or less than the battery.
How to access this tool? Very simple.
Go to the Settings menu and select the Battery option, then wait for the applet. Then press Last 10 Days and then the battery consumption will appear on the screen for the last 10 days, or the phone will show you the applications that consumed most of its battery.
It's easy to identify which of the applications consumes the most. For example, if, besides the application, you write 20%, it means that you spent one-fifth of the battery in the last week and a half.
There is an option by which you can set the applications to show you according to their activity. So if you have spent a little time on an application, and it consumed you a larger percentage of the battery, accuse her of the fact that you are constantly looking for a charger.
The battery saving solution is to delete applications or watch out for which of them are constantly running in the background. Of course, you can always switch to Low Power Mode, which will somehow reduce the activity of your phone in the background.