In the event that iPhone began to discharge faster, then the reason for this may be the enabled geolocation. Dozens of running apps use this feature and won't necessarily look like maps or routes. Even photographs use geolocation to determine their location and the ability to assign specialized tags to pictures.
Geolocation is necessary and useful, especially when charging is at hand. But most users do not carry a charger with them, or they often forget it, then the transfer of geodata will certainly cause the battery to drain quickly.
The sequence of how to turn off geolocation on an iPhone is described below:
- Go to the Settings menu.
- Select the item Confidentiality.
- Find Geolocation Services.
- Toggle the geolocation slider to inactive state.
- To confirm the disabling of geolocation on iPhone, you must press the shutdown button in the window that pops up.
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Before turning off geolocation on iPhone for all applications, you can turn off the transfer of geolocation for separately selected programs. In such a situation, you need to select a program from the list and configure the level of access to geodata: disable or allow only when used.
If you need to enable inactive applications or fully activate geolocation services on your mobile device, you can use the same Settings section iPhone.