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10 Tablet Battery Tips: More Power

Your tablet battery can last more than the typical 8 to 10 hours if you follow these smart strategies for iPad, Android devices.
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Airplane mode turns off the wireless capabilities of your tablet, including Bluetooth, cellular, GPS, location services and Wi-Fi. Obviously, you need wireless turned on most of the time, but a good way to conserve battery life is to switch to airplane mode when you're out of range of a wireless network. An iPad, for instance, tries to maintain a connection with a Wi-Fi or cellular network, and it will use more power attempting to do so in areas with little or no wireless coverage.

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9/5/2013 | 3:50:14 PM
re: 10 Tablet Battery Tips: More Power
Battery problem is the main issue with all the Smartphones. The points you mentioned are good and thanks for sharing your information.
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7/24/2013 | 8:16:23 PM
re: 10 Tablet Battery Tips: More Power
Did we leave out your battery-saving tablet tip? Please share.

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