No Auto Brightness On Iphone 5s
Learn how to check the battery consumption of each program on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
Checking Battery Consumption
To view the battery level and battery consumption over the past 24 hours and for up to 10 days, select “Settings” “Battery”.
By clicking one of the columns on the screen, you can see which programs and in what ratio spent the battery over a certain period of time.
To find out how long each program has been used in the active or background mode, click Activity. The following usage types are displayed for each program.
- “Background activity”. the battery was used while the programs were running in the background.
- “Audio”. while running in the background, programs play audio files.
- “No cellular coverage” or “Weak signal”. the device searches for a network or is used in a network with a weak signal.
- “Copier. and restored. ”- Backs up the device using iCloud or restores from an iCloud backup.
- “Connected to the charger”. the program was used only when the device was in the process of charging.
You can also see when the device was last connected to the charger and the last charge level.
Adjust settings to increase battery life
When viewing the battery consumption, you can see various messages on the screen, for example, turning on auto brightness or adjusting the brightness of the display. Changing these settings will increase battery life.
Using power saving mode
If you need to extend the battery life of your iPhone, turn on power saving mode. This will reduce power consumption until the iPhone is turned off or charged up to 80%. In power saving mode, certain settings and functions, such as updating programs, downloading new TV shows or podcast releases, checking mail, and visual effects such as True Tone, work more slowly or turn off.
In iOS 11.3 and later, you can view the battery status and see if it needs to be replaced. For more information, see Battery and iPhone performance.