Go to: Settings > Display & Brightness - The lower the brightness the better the battery life. Turn on auto brightness for optimum brightness in every scenario.
Use Static Wallpaper
Go to: Settings > Wallpaper - Don't use a dynamic wallpaper to save battery. Use a still image instead.
Control Center Options
Swipe up from the bottom of your screen to access control center. 1. Turn off Wi-Fi when not in use. 2. Turn bluetooth off when not in use. 3. Turn airdrop off when not it use.
Turn Off Notifications
Go to: Settings > Notifications - Turn off all notifications for unnecessary applications.
Turn Off Location Services
Go to: Settings > Privacy > Location Services - Turn off location access for unnecessary applications.
Turn Off System Services Location Access
While still in location services, scroll to the bottom and open System Services. Turn off "Location-Based Alerts," "Location-Based iAds," and "Diagnostics & Usage."
Turning off other options in this section will also help battery life. For instance, I have turned off the location service for "Spotlight Suggestions"
Don't Send Diagnostics & Usage
Go to: Settings > Privacy > Diagnostics & Usage - Choose Don't Send. This will save battery by not sending diagnostic information over the Internet.
Go to: Settings > General > Accessibility > Reduce Motion - Turn on Reduce Motion. This reduces the movement of your background which requires extra power.
Turn off Background App Refresh
Go to: Settings > General > Background App Refresh - Turn Background App Refresh off. This will disallow apps from automatically updating in the background
Check Battery Usage
Go to: Settings > General > Usage > Battery Usage - You can now see a list of all of your apps and how much battery they consume. Use this as a guide to determine if you have power hungry apps.
THAT'S ALL!! The combination of all of these things should significantly improve your battery life. THANKS FOR VIEWING! Looking to save battery in iOS 7? Check out this guide! bit.ly/1wTFkf6