What’s Draining Your Phone Battery

Bella Breakdown There is nothing worse than looking down at your phone, midday, and seeing that you’re already low on battery. But it’s only lunch time? And my battery is almost dead? Most iPhone owners have been here before, and after Apple came out and said they were aware of the issue, they are now replacing iPhone batteries for just $29. But, that may not be a route you’re willing to take. If you want to know how to preserve your iPhone battery to the fullest, here are some tips on how to do just that. 1. Switch to...

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iPhone Hacks You Didn’t Know About

Bella Breakdown These iPhone features could make your life a whole lot easier. 1. Control the brightness of your flashlight. Hold down the flashlight icon and choose between bright, medium, and low light. 2. Erase calculator mistakes. Swipe the numbers at the top of the calculator to remove the last digit. 3. Turn your keyboard into a trackpad. When typing, press down on the keyboard and a cursor will appear. 4. Turn off the red bubbles. These red bubbles are called badges. You can disable them by going to Settings > Notifications. Select the apps you want to disable...

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Pop-Lock-and-Socket

Bella Breakdown A funny meme that caused so much hysteria that when you went to show your friend you accidentally tossed your phone halfway across the world… let’s be real, we’ve all been there. Thankfully, the amazing humans at Popsocket created the coolest solution to this destructive problem. The Popsocket simply sticks to the back of your phone (or your phone case, you do you boo-boo) and extends into a perfect handhold preventing any chance of droppage. While plenty of phone cases advertise extra grip for your electronic BFF, Popsockets are the least bulky and most fashionable way to...

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Chic DIY Phone Case

  Bella Breakdown Ring, ring! Did someone call for washi tape? Our new favorite craft supply is the secret ingredient to a custom phone case that’s out of this world. To whip up a customized phone case of your own, all you need is: • Phone case • Washi tape • Craft knife Start by selecting two to three coordinating washi tapes in different widths and patterns that you’d like to use on your phone case. Next, separate the case into the different sections it comes in and use your narrowest washi tape in horizontal stipes across the bottom....

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