|Nov 12, 2012, 06:17 AM||#1|
Can i get my iCloud on iPhone to FETCH (30min) instead of PUSH?
(Prefix: Due to poor battery i am trying to find ways to preserve battery, so i hoped that this would be one of the ways)
I am using iCloud for Mail, Calendar etc. and would like to set it to fetch/update every 30 minutes but when i set the settings to FETCH periodically and then send myself a mail i still get the mail in the phone in a few seconds or minutes, no sign of the 30 minutes interval that i set up.
Does anybody know if that works at all or am i doing something wrong?
|Nov 12, 2012, 09:10 PM||#2|
Do you have Push turned off? They shouldn't be getting pushed if it's off. Also you can change iCloud to Fetch instead under the 'Advanced' menu where the Push/Fetch settings are.
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