Why Does My iPhone Battery Die So Fast? Here’s The Real Fix!

I’m going to tell you exactly why your iPhone battery drains so quickly and exactly how to fix it. I’ll explain how you can get longer battery life out of your iPhone without sacrificing functionality. Take my word for it:

The vast majority of iPhone battery issues are software related.

We’ll cover a number of proven iPhone battery fixes that I learned from first-hand experience with hundreds of iPhones while I worked for Apple. Here’s one example:

Your iPhone tracks and records your location everywhere you go. That uses a lot of battery life.

Battery in iOS 9A few years ago (and after a lot of people complained), Apple included a new section of Settings called Battery. It displays some useful information, but it won’t help you fix anything. I rewrote this article to improve iOS 13 battery life, and if you take these suggestions, I promise your battery life will improve, whether you have an iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 7, iPhone 8, or iPhone X.

I recently created a YouTube video to go along with the iPhone battery fixes I explain in this article. Whether you prefer to read or watch, you’ll find the same great information in the YouTube videos that you’ll read in this article.

Our first tip is a truly a sleeping giant and there’s a reason it’s #1: Fixing Push Mail can make a tremendous difference in the battery life of your iPhone.

The Real Reasons Your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Battery Dies So Fast

1. Push Mail

When your mail is set to push, it means that your iPhone maintains a constant connection to your email server so that the server can instantly push the mail to your iPhone as soon as it arrives. Sounds good, right? Wrong.

An Apple lead genius explained it to me like this: When your iPhone is set to push, it’s constantly asking the server, “Is there mail? Is there mail? Is there mail?”, and this flow of data causes your battery to drain very quickly. Exchange servers are the absolute worst offenders, but everyone can benefit from changing this setting.

How To Fix Push Mail

To fix this problem, we’re going to change your iPhone from push to fetch. You’ll save a lot of battery life by telling your iPhone to check for new mail every 15 minutes instead of all the time. Your iPhone will always check for new mail whenever you open the Mail app.

  1. Go to Settings -> Accounts & Passwords -> Fetch New Data.
  2. Turn off Push at the top.
  3. Scroll to the bottom and choose Every 15 Minutes under Fetch.
  4. Tap on each individual email account and, if possible, change it to Fetch.

Most people agree that waiting a few minutes for an email to arrive is worth the significant improvement in your iPhone’s battery life.

As an aside, if you’ve been having problems syncing contacts or calendars between your iPhone, Mac, and other devices, check out my other article called Why Are Some Of My Contacts Missing From My iPhone, iPad, or iPod? Here’s The Real Fix!

2. Turn Off Unnecessary Location Services

Location Services are part of what makes the iPhone such a great device, so I’d like to be clear: I don’t recommend that you turn off Location Services entirely.

hidden system services copy

I’ll show you the hidden services that constantly drain your battery, and I’m willing to bet you’ve never even heard of most of them. I believe it’s important for you to choose which programs and services can access your location, especially given the significant battery drain and personal privacy issues that come with your iPhone, right out of the box.

How To Fix Location Services

  1. Go to Settings -> Privacy -> Location Services.
  2. Tap Share My Location. If you want to be able to share your location with your family and friends in the Messages app, then leave this on, but be careful: If someone wanted to track you, this is how they’d do it.
  3. Scroll all the way to the bottom and tap System Services. Let’s clear up a common misconception right away: Most of these settings are all about sending data to Apple for marketing and research. When we turn them off, your iPhone will continue to function just as it always has.
    • Turn off everything on the page except Emergency SOSFind My iPhone (so you can locate it if it’s lost) and Motion Calibration & Distance (if you’d like to use your iPhone as a pedometer – otherwise, turn that off too). Your iPhone will work exactly as it had before. The compass will still work and you’ll connect to cell towers just fine — it’s just that Apple won’t be receiving data about your behavior.
    • Tap Significant Locations. Did you know your iPhone has been tracking you everywhere you go? You can imagine the excess strain this puts on your battery. I recommend you turn off Significant Locations. Tap <System Services to return to the main System Services menu.
    • Turn off all the switches under Product Improvement. These only send information to help Apple improve their products, not make your iPhone run more efficiently.
    • Scroll to the bottom and turn on Status Bar Icon. That way, you’ll know your location is being used when a little arrow appears next to your battery. If that arrow is on all the time, there’s probably something wrong. Tap <Location Services to go back to the main Location Services menu.
  4. Turn off Location Services for apps that don’t need to know where you are.
    • IMG_0743What you need to know: If you see a purple arrow next to an app, it’s using your location now. A gray arrow means it’s used your location within the last 24 hours and a purple-outlined arrow means it’s using a geofence (more about geofences later).
    • Pay attention to any apps that have purple or gray arrows next to them. Do these apps need to know your location to work? If they do, that’s absolutely fine – leave them alone. If they don’t, tap on the name of the app and choose Never to stop the app from unnecessarily draining your battery.

A Word About Geofencing

A geofence is a virtual perimeter around a location. Apps use geofencing to send you alerts when you arrive at or depart from a destination. It’s a good idea, but for geofencing to work, your iPhone has to constantly use GPS to ask, “Where am I? Where am I? Where am I?”

I don’t recommend using apps that use geofencing or location-based alerts because of the number of cases I’ve seen where people couldn’t make it through a full day without needing to charge their iPhone – and geofencing was the reason.

3. Don’t Send iPhone Analytics (Diagnostics & Usage Data)

Here’s a quick one: Head to Settings -> Privacy, scroll to the bottom, and open Analytics. Turn off the switch next to Share iPhone Analytics and Share iCloud Analytics to stop your iPhone from automatically sending data to Apple about how you use your iPhone.

turn off iphone and icloud analytics

4. Close Out Your Apps

Once every day or two, it’s a good idea to close out your apps. In a perfect world, you would never have to do this and most Apple employees will never say you should. But the world of iPhones is not perfect — if it were, you wouldn’t be reading this article.

Don’t Apps Close When I Go Back To The Home Screen?

No, they don’t. They’re supposed to go into a suspended mode and stay loaded in memory so that when you reopen them, you pick up right where you left off. We don’t live in iPhone Utopia: It’s a fact that apps have bugs.

A lot of battery drain issues occur when an app is supposed to close, but doesn’t. Instead, the app crashes in the background and your iPhone battery beings to drain without you even knowing it.

A crashing app can also cause your iPhone to get hot. If that’s happening to you, check out my article called Why Does My iPhone Get Hot? to find out why and fix it for good.

How To Close Out Your Apps

Double-click the Home Button and you’ll see the iPhone app switcher. The app switcher allows you to see all the apps that are stored in the memory of your iPhone. To browse through the list, swipe left or right with your finger. I bet you’ll be surprised by how many apps are open!

To close an app, use your finger to swipe up on the app and push it off the top of the screen. Now you’ve really closed the app and it can’t drain your battery in the background. Closing out your apps never deletes data or causes any negative side-effects – it can only help you get better battery life.

How Do I Know If Apps Have Been Crashing On My iPhone? Everything Seems Fine!

If you’d like proof, go to Settings -> Privacy -> Analytics -> Analytics Data. It’s not necessarily a bad thing if an app is listed here, but if you see a lot of entries for the same app or any apps listed under LatestCrash, you might have a problem with that app.

check for app crashes

The App Closing Controversy

Recently, I’ve seen articles that say closing out your apps is actually harmful to iPhone battery life. My article called Is Closing iPhone Apps A Bad Idea? No, And Here’s Why. explains both sides of the story, and why closing out your apps really is a good idea when you look at the big picture.

5. Notifications: Only Use The Ones You Need

iOS 9 Notifications - OK / Don't Allow

Notifications: OK or Don’t Allow?

We’ve all seen the question before when we open an app for the first time: “App Would Like To Send You Push Notifications”, and we choose OK or Don’t Allow.  Few people realize how important it is to be careful about which apps you say OK to.

When you allow an app to send you Push Notifications, you’re giving that app permission to keep running in the background so that if something happens that you care about (like receiving a text message or your favorite team winning a game), that app can send you an alert to let you know.

Notifications are good, but they do drain battery life. We need to be notified when we receive text messages, but it’s important for us to choose which other apps are allowed to send us notifications.

settings notifications

Settings -> Notifications

How To Fix Notifications

Go to Settings -> Notifications and you’ll see a list of all your apps. Underneath the name of each app, you’ll see either Off or the kind of notifications that app is allowed to send you: Badges, Sounds, or Banners. Ignore the apps that say Off and take a look through the list. As you go, ask yourself this question: “Do I need to receive alerts from this app when it’s not open?”

If the answer is yes, leave everything as it is. It’s absolutely fine to allow some apps to notify you. If the answer is no, it’s a good idea to turn off notifications for that app.

To turn off notifications, tap the name of the app and turn off the switch next to Allow Notifications. There are other options in here too, but they don’t affect your iPhone’s battery life. It only matters if notifications are off or on.

6. Turn Off The Widgets You Don’t Use

Widgets are little “mini-apps” that continually run in the background of your iPhone to give you easy access to up-to-date information from your favorite apps. Over time, you’ll save a significant amount of battery life by turning off the widgets you don’t use. If you never use them, it’s OK to turn them all off.

To access your widgets, tap the Home button to go to your iPhone’s Home screen and swipe from left to right until you get to widgets. Then, scroll down and tap the circular Edit button. Here you’ll see a list of the widgets you can add or remove on your iPhone. To remove a widget, tap the red minus button to its left.

remove widgets on iphone

7. Turn Off Your Phone Once A Week (The Right Way)

It’s a simple tip but important nonetheless: Turning your iPhone off and back on again once a week can resolve hidden battery-life issues that accumulate with time. Apple would never tell you that because in iPhone Utopia, it wouldn’t.

In the real world, powering off your iPhone can help resolve issues with apps that have crashed or other, more technical problems that can occur when any computer has been on for a long time.

A word of warning: Don’t hold down the power button and the home button at the same time to shut down your iPhone. This is called a “hard reset”, and should only be used when absolutely necessary. It’s akin to powering off a desktop computer by pulling the plug out of the wall.

How To Turn Off Your iPhone (The Right Way)

To power off your iPhone, press and hold the power button until “slide to power off” appears. Swipe the circular power icon across the screen with your finger and wait as your iPhone shuts down. It’s normal for the process to take several seconds. Next, turn your iPhone back on by pressing and holding the power button until you see the Apple logo appear.

8. Background App Refresh

Background App Refresh

Background App Refresh

Certain apps on your iPhone are allowed to use your Wi-Fi or cellular data connection to download new content even when you’re not using them. You can save a significant amount of battery life (and some of your data plan) by limiting the number of apps that are allowed to use this feature that Apple calls Background App Refresh.

How To Fix Background App Refresh

Go to Settings -> General -> Background App Refresh. At the top, you’ll see a toggle switch that turns off Background App Refresh entirely. I don’t recommend you do this, because Background App Refresh can be a good thing for certain apps. If you’re like me, you’ll be able to turn off almost every app on the list.

turn off background app refresh for certain apps

As you scroll through each app, ask yourself this question: “Do I want this app to be able to download new information even when I’m not using it?” If the answer is yes, leave Background App Refresh enabled. If not, turn it off and you’ll be saving more battery life each time you do.

9. Keep Your iPhone Cool

According to Apple, the iPhone, iPad, and iPod are designed to work from 32 degrees to 95 degrees fahrenheit (0 degrees to 35 degrees celsius). What they don’t always tell you is that exposing your iPhone to temperatures above 95 degrees fahrenheit can permanently damage your battery.

If it’s a hot day and you’re going for a walk, don’t worry about it — you’ll be fine. What we’re talking about here is prolonged exposure to extreme heat. Moral of the story: Just like your dog, don’t leave your iPhone in a hot car. (But if you had to choose, save the dog).

Can Cold Weather Damage My iPhone Battery?

Low temperatures won’t damage your iPhone battery, but something does happen: The colder it gets, the faster your battery level drops. If the temperature gets low enough, your iPhone might stop working entirely, but when it warms up again, your iPhone and battery level should return to normal.

10. Make Sure Auto-Lock Is Turned On

One quick way to prevent battery iPhone battery drain is by making sure auto-lock is turned on. Open the Settings app and tap Display & Brightness -> Auto-Lock. Then, select any option other than Never! This is the amount of time you can leave your iPhone on before the display turns off and goes into sleep mode.turn on autolock

11. Disable Unnecessary Visual Effects

iPhones are beautiful, from the hardware to the software. We understand the basic idea of manufacturing the hardware components, but what allows the software to display such beautiful images? Inside your iPhone, a tiny piece of hardware built into the logic board called a Graphics Processing Unit (or GPU) gives your iPhone the power to display its beautiful visual effects.

The problem with GPUs is that they’ve always been power-hungry. The fancier the visual effects, the faster the battery dies. By reducing the strain on your iPhone’s GPU, we can significantly increase the life of your battery. Ever since iOS 12 was released, you can accomplish everything I used to recommend in a few different tips by changing one setting in a place you probably wouldn’t think to look.

Go to Settings -> Accessibility -> Motion -> Reduce Motion and tap the switch to turn it on.

accessibility motion reduce motion

Aside from the parallax wallpaper effect on the home screen, you probably won’t notice any differences and you’ll save a significant amount of battery life.

12. Turn On Optimized Battery Charging

Optimized Battery charging lets your iPhone learn about your charging habits to cut down on battery aging. We recommend turning on this setting so you can get the most out of your iPhone battery for a longer period of time.

Open Settings and tap Battery -> Battery Health. Then, turn on the switch next to Optimize Battery Charging.

turn on optimized battery charging

13. DFU Restore & Restore From iCloud, Not iTunes

At this point, you’ve waited a day or two and your battery life still hasn’t improved. It’s time to restore your iPhone. We recommend doing a DFU restore. After the restore is finished, we recommend restoring from an iCloud backup if you can.

Let me be clear: Yes, you need to use iTunes to restore your iPhone — there’s no other way. We’re talking about the way you put your data back on your iPhone after it’s been restored to factory settings.

Some people are confused about exactly when it’s safe to disconnect your iPhone from your computer. As soon as you see the ‘Hello’ screen on your iPhone or ‘Set Up Your iPhone’ in iTunes, it’s absolutely safe to disconnect your iPhone.

Next, use the menus on your phone to connect to Wi-Fi and restore from your iCloud backup. If you’ve been having trouble backing up to iCloud and especially if you’re run out of storage, check out my article that’s all about how to fix iCloud backup.

Aren’t iCloud Backups and iTunes Backups Essentially The Same?

Yes, iCloud backups and iTunes backups do contain essentially the same content. The reason I recommend using iCloud is that it takes your computer and any problems it may have completely out of the picture.

14. Erase Your iPhone And Set It Up As New

If you’ve tried absolutely everything and you’re still having trouble, you may have a deeply-rooted software issue that can only be resolved by restoring your iPhone to factory settings and setting it up again as if it were brand new.

It’s not all bad. You’ll add your iCloud and other mail accounts to your iPhone as you set it up. Your contacts, calendars, notes, reminders, and bookmarks are often stored in those accounts, so all of that information should come right back.

What you will have to do is redownload your apps, reconfigure Wi-Fi and other settings, and transfer your photos and music back to your iPhone. It’s not that much work, but it does take some time to get everything back the way you like it.

To restore your iPhone to factory settings, open Settings -> General -> Reset -> Erase All Content and Settings. Enter your passcode, then tap Erase iPhone to confirm your decision.

erase content and settings factory restore

15. You May Have A Hardware Problem (But It Might Not Be The Battery)

In the beginning of this article, I mentioned that the vast majority of issues related to iPhone battery life come from software, and that’s absolutely true. There are a few instances where a hardware issue can cause problems, but in almost every case the problem isn’t with the battery.

Drops and spills can cause damage to internal components that are involved in charging or maintaining the charge on your iPhone. The battery itself is designed to be quite resilient, because if it were punctured it could quite literally explode.

The Apple Store Battery Test

When you bring your iPhone to an Apple Store to be serviced, Apple techs run a quick diagnostic that reveals a fair amount of information about the overall health of your iPhone. One of these diagnostics is a battery test, and it’s pass/fail. In all my time at Apple, I believe I saw a total of two iPhones with batteries that did not pass that test — and I saw a lot of iPhones.

If your iPhone passes the battery test, and there’s a 99% chance it will, Apple will not replace your battery even if you’re under warranty. If you haven’t already taken the steps I’ve described in this article, they’ll send you home to do them. If you have done what I’ve suggested, you can say, “I tried that already, and it didn’t work.”

If You Really Want To Replace Your Battery

If you’re sure you have a battery problem and you’re looking for a less-expensive battery replacement service than Apple, I recommend Puls, a repair service that will come to you at your home or office and replace your battery while you wait, in as little as 30 minutes.

In Conclusion

I sincerely hope that you have enjoyed reading and learned from this article. Writing it has been a labor of love, and I’m grateful for each person that reads it and passes it on to their friends. If you’d like to, leave a comment below — I’d love to hear from you.

All the best,
David Payette

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I'm a former Apple employee and the founder of Payette Forward, and I'm here to help you with your iPhone.

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Jeanette Mccormack
4 years ago


Meena Kalyanpur Basrur
4 years ago

Very helpful, thank you.

Gill Huyton
4 years ago

fantastic information on battery saving on iphone 5 – I have implemented them all on my 5s and it is making a lot of difference. Can I ask your opinion on buying a case with an inbuild power charger – are they worth getting in terms of prolonging the battery charge time before needing to plug it in again? They seem quite expensive but it might be worth it

Renee' Cruse
4 years ago

Thanks, gonna try this for mine and my daughter’s iphone. Her’s is always going dead, mine just started.

Festo Mshuma
4 years ago

Help me please. My iPhone keep showing this notification says “touch ID can not be activated in this iPhone”. Initially fingerprint was functioning but stopped,I can’t use it
Any help please

Lauren Gabriel Medina
4 years ago

I implemented EVERY tip you gave to no avail. And my phone just shuts off at 50, 60, sometimes 70%! The phone was sold to me “new” off ebay, so I don’t have a warranty. I’m also located in the DR and have to rely on local tech guys, which isn’t too promising. Any idea what could be causing the problem if nothing from above works? I also tried a hard reset and switched the battery out. No change.

Jawn Tee
4 years ago

My iphone held the battery for two days on my 4s when it had the original IOS on it. After the updates, it went really bad. With IOS 9.3.5, it only lasts two hours… I am pretty sure Apple is doing this on purpose so we buy more new Iphones. I am ready to say good bye to their phones and especially to itunes. I do love my Macbook Pro but I heard the new version has only USB-C, no SD reader, etc…and I won’t go for that either. I might look for something else all together.

John Moore
4 years ago

Thank you, thank you! Ater implementing your clear suggestions, my iPhone 6 is now back to normal. I was losing about 90% of my standby power overnight and it now stays at 100% overnight.

Karen Halstead
4 years ago

Thank you so much. We are in the middle of a huge storm and I’ve been meaning to find out how to preserve my battery and this was just what I needed. Again, thank you!

Farah Khaled Mneimneh
4 years ago

Thank you for the helpful information

Sandie Willis
4 years ago

Very easy and clear to understand your solutions. My battery was only lasting a few hours. Have been guided by your recommendations. Time will tell if they work. Thankyou. I will let you know the outcome.

Elaine Garcia
4 years ago

Thank you!! It works!! God bless!!

Kris Rowe Wiese
4 years ago

Thank you for taking the time to write this! I have implemented most of your suggestions and hope that my battery will last longer than a few hours. I replaced the battery this morning only to find I was having the same draining issues again by this afternoon. My phone already feels less warm. I am very hopeful that this just may have worked for me! Thank you again!

Kitty Thompson Schisler
4 years ago

great tips….made a big improvement on my battery life. thanks

Raj Patel
4 years ago

Thank You, the information has been very useful

George Borrego
4 years ago

this problem started after the last update in October, the update doesn’t mprove nothing.

Jen Mootrey
4 years ago

Pretty sure this stupid battery issue has gotten much worse since the recent iPhone update!

Barb Maslak Garofalo
4 years ago

Thank you so much for the great tips! My iPhone 6 had recently been losing battery power way too fast — especially after the last iOS update. I’ve implemented all of your tips so hope for an improvement.

Terrie Alfieri
4 years ago

Thank you!

Gabrielle Barnhill
4 years ago

Why are some of the things you mentioned not abled to be clicked on?

Candida Iovino Stoutenborough
4 years ago

Dear David, I sincerely appreciate all the time and effort you put into this article. The last few days my battery has been draining quickly. I did a quick Google search and immediately went to your article. I made all the necessary changes/recommendations (based on my phone usage). With any luck, I’ll write you back in a few days exulting your praises. Thanks again and I hope it helps my phone!

Kevin Pratt
4 years ago

Thank you very much! I’m 67 y/o and it’s refreshing not to be spoken down to. Your suggestions were absolutely clear and concise.

Birgit Parker-Hernandez
4 years ago

This has been very easy to follow. Great for us non-techies. Thanks for the time and effort you took!

Stephen Smith
4 years ago

Very helpful. Thank you so much!

Afia Siddiqi
4 years ago

Thanks. I am sure these changes will help.

Nana Yaw Sefa Wiredu
4 years ago

My battery drains whether I’m using it or not

Christine Thiel
4 years ago

Thank you this is the most helpful info I have found.

Myke Smith
4 years ago

Excellent article and very very well written. Followed all the steps exactly and today will be my first with a full charge and tracking to see if my phone can last longer than 1 hour. Thank you again for taking the time.

Alix Cabrera
4 years ago

Idk if it’s my charger or maybe my phone but today my phone went down to 25% then i charged it so it went up to 86% then later on the day it comes all the day down to 10% like it keeps coming up and down and it’s just really annoying. Also It never did that before

Orimisan Fawehinmi
4 years ago

Thank you for taking the time out to put this page together.

Mark Tuckfield
4 years ago

I did all of the things suggested here and still had a problem. Then I discovered all of the constantly listening widgets on the i10 swipe right screen that need to be shut off as well

Stephen S. Nabet
4 years ago

I have a quick question. I store my contacts on my iPhone locally and on my iMac locally as well.
The reason being that if, for some reason, I am outside and I have a carrier connection but Wifi or 4G/3G coverage, I will have NO contacts at all !! What then ?? I’ll be in trouble, correct ?

Sam Shi
4 years ago

iphone 5s 1 minute one battery precentage down, i’ve done everything help?

Wendy Kelly
4 years ago

Anyone have any good results from following the above steps?

Laura Mungovan
4 years ago

Thank you for your very clearly written instructions, I was able to follow them 🙂 Now let’s see if it works!

Joseff Z Suva
4 years ago

i will monitor this arcticle since i have doned doing the steps i will back soon for results

Laurey Cee
4 years ago

Guess I won’t be using Buzzfeed for iPhone tips anymore!

Kim Cleary-bieker
4 years ago

Thanks this is great

Karla Jensen
4 years ago

this is one of the best….no this is the best article i have read on battery issues. i followed all your steps. they were informative and detailed so i didnt feel overwhelmed. i dont know if it has made a difference yet because i just made the changes but im excited to find out. thank you 🙂

Nancy Polastri
4 years ago

David, thank you so much for the time and effort you’ve taken to educate me on how to fix my battery life issues. I’ve implemented all of them as I read your article and look forward to having positive results. The fact that you worked for Apple was the main reason I trust your suggestions. I have bookmarked your website and will be back! THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!

Debby Yalowey Belasco
4 years ago

Left my house at 11;30 yesterday with 100% charge. Hdad 1 3 min phone call abd sebt 2 short text messages By 3pm the battery was completely dead Annoying to say the least I am trying all of the suggestions We shall see,

Andy Higgins
4 years ago

thx for the tips, very clear instructions

Jalynn Mead
4 years ago

My iPhone was fully charged at 11 and in 34 mins it’s at 7

Cal Johnston
4 years ago

i’m on the wrong side of 18 for tech stuff i hate it but have no choice but to use it . most young kids totally baffle me with the knowledge they have on tech issues . i need it in very plain and very simple language . i completely read this article , even i could follow every step and adjusted my phone accordingly . it had been running very hot , permanently and draining the battery within a couple of hours , i had the battery checked and its only 10% loss from new , so a relatively… Read more »

Jane Lewis
4 years ago

Thank you for this!

Jan Pillaerds
5 years ago

Nuttig artikel over iPhone!

Lisa Knapp Treon
5 years ago

David Payette — I just read through this article and implemented many suggestions, and I am thrilled to have found your page. I was dragged kicking and screaming into the iWorld (I still miss my Blackberry). I am looking forward to exploring your site and learning more. Thank you!!!

Kristina Straub
5 years ago

Had 100% this morning at 8 by 1030 it was dead completely and hot !

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