How can I extend the life of my cell phone?

Screen protection

First, make sure to protect the screen. Plastic film will only protect the screen from scratches, so choose tempered glass instead. Although a more expensive option, it is certainly worth it when compared to buying a new phone. You don\’t have to worry about the phone falling out of your pocket or being picked up off the ground and unfortunately becoming unusable.


There is no case like a case

Most cell phone users choose cases primarily for their looks. However, if you want to extend the life of your device, you should also look at functionality. If you are not using tempered glass, choose a case with screen protection.

Tip: Remove the case while charging, when hot, and when taking pictures.

Just as you keep your apartment clean and organize unnecessary items, do the same with your phone. Every once in a while, delete all the apps and files you don\’t use. Store anything you need that isn\’t necessarily on your phone in the cloud, and turn off everything you\’re not currently using. the same goes for Bluetooth and wi-fi. Too many apps and files will unnecessarily slow down your phone.

Tip: Turn on battery saver mode to prolong battery life and disable unnecessary background processes.


Update regularly

It may be tedious, but regular updates are really important for your phone. It can fix software bugs, protect your device from viruses, and optimize its functionality.

Take care of your battery

It used to be that you should charge your phone only when it was completely drained. However, this is no longer the case. Cell phones should be charged between 20-80%. Excessive heat or cold is not good for the battery. The ideal temperature is between 15 and 30 degrees Celsius. If you go out in the winter, keep your cell phone in your pocket, and in the summer, keep it out of direct sunlight.

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