As you may be using your Microsoft for so much more than phone calls, a battery issue can be very inconvenient. Sometimes the problem is damage or system failure. However, it could also be an issue of significant usage impacting battery capacity.
If your Microsoft battery is draining fast or won?t even hold a charge, you may need to get it replaced. To avoid frantically looking for outlets to plug your Microsoft into or running around with 1% battery, you can visit the professionals at Smart Repair .
Before you bring your Microsoft into a Smart Repair shop for repair, there are a few things that you can try to improve your battery performance:Low Power Mode
To reduce the power consumption, turn your Microsoft on Low Power Mode by going to Settings > Battery > turn on Low Power Mode.Airplane Mode
If you don?t need access to data or need to receive or make calls, you can set your Microsoft to airplane mode by swiping up on Control Center and tapping the airplane logo.Screen Brightness
One of the Microsoft biggest power waste comes from the brightness of your screen. To decrease brightness, just swipe up in the Control Center, then use the slider to drag far left to turn the brightness down.
If you have taken the necessary steps to conserve your battery and it is still not holding the charge, you might need a professional Microsoft battery replacement or repair. How much does it cost, you ask? Our technicians can look at your Microsoft and estimate the cost and time of repair. Find a Smart Repair store near you today!