“Or you may have an app that is supposed to run in the background — a synthesizer, or another music app, for example — and you forget you left it running, draining your iPhone battery,” Sorrel writes. “Or perhaps you just want to see how much battery your various apps use.”
“In any of these cases, you can open up a Settings screen that will report which apps have used how much battery, and for how long, over the past day or week,” Sorrel writes. “It’s a very handy screen indeed.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Our top three currently are all-Apple: Safari, Messages, and Photos. How about you? Got any third-party battery-hogging apps?