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4 Things You Should Delete From Your iPhone Right Now To Double Your Battery

Is your phone operating at what seems like a quarter of its capacity? Does your iPhone battery dip down below 20 percent way before you're ready to charge it again? Here are four things you can delete from your iPhone right now to double your battery life. Photos: Shutterstock First, identify which apps you're using that are taking up the most battery power by going to Settings > General > Storage & iCloud Usage.
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