Route4Me iPhone App Average Battery Consumption and Low Power Mode
The main goal of the Route4Me iPhone Route Planner is to make your routing activities more flexible and enable you to effortlessly plan and optimize your routes on the go. When out in the field, the battery life of your device is an important parameter to track and a valuable resource to preserve – the longer your device stays charged and active the more activities you can perform. By adjusting the settings of your device and Route4Me iPhone app, you can manipulate your average battery usage depending on the routing operations you need to execute.
Average Battery Consumption of the Route4Me iPhone Route Planner
|Usage Scenario||Performed Actions||Actual Traveled Time (min.)||Actual Traveled Distance (km.)||Average Battery Consumption|
|Typical User Operations Consumption + LTC||Opening the app, loading routes, optimizing and re-optimizing routes, opening routes on the map, adding notes, marking stops as “Visited” and “Departed,” and performing other routine routing operations while the location services, wi-fi, and cellular data are turned on.||30||10||8%|
|External Navigation + Low Power Mode||Using the Route4Me iPhone app and third-party navigation apps (i.e., Google Maps, Waze, etc.) with the location services, wi-fi, and cellular data turned on, and Low Power Mode enabled.||30||10||12%|
|External Navigation||Using the Route4Me iPhone app and third-party navigation apps (i.e., Google Maps, Waze, etc.) with the location services, wi-fi, and cellular data turned on.||30||10||14%|
Please note that your results may differ depending on the model, battery capacity and software version of your particular device.
Turning On the Low Power Mode and Viewing Average Battery Usage of the Route4Me iPhone App
The Low Power Mode helps to reduce the amount of power that your iPhone uses when your battery gets low. To turn on the Low Power Mode on your iPhone, first, go to the settings app on your device. Next, find and open the “Battery” settings.
On the “Battery” screen, tap on the corresponding button to enable the Low Power Mode on your iPhone.
Once the Low Power Mode is enabled on your iPhone, the battery icon in the status bar changes its color from green or red to yellow. After charging your iPhone to 80% or higher, Low Power Mode automatically turns off.
To view charts with the summary of your battery usage, scroll down on the “Battery” screen.
Scroll further down to view the battery consumption of individual apps. Tap “Battery Usage By App” to view how much battery each application consumed while being active (in percent).
Tap “Activity By App” to view how long each application was active (in hours and minutes).
Please visit this page to learn more about the Low Power Mode and battery consumption on your iPhone.
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