How To Speed Up New Mail Notification on iPhone

Email have become an important part of our life, no matter what business you are in, you use email services, don’t you?. Accessing emails on iPhone is fun and easy. But the way iPhone mail app updates for new mails is not fast enough. If you find this iPhone mail app issue very annoying then here is small guide on how to speed up new mail notification on iOS.

1. Open “Settings” app from iPhone springboard. Scroll down and select “Mail, Contacts and Calendars” option.

Mail Settings of iPhone

2. The “Mail, Contacts and Calendars” option give you various options to customize Mail settings on your iPhone. Here you can add email accounts, delete accounts, add personalized signature message and etc etc. That’s not we are concerned with right now. So skipping all this lets go to “Fetch Now Data” option.

iPhone Fetch New Data Settings

3. Make sure “Push” option is enabled. This will push all new data to your iPhone. Going down you can see various options like “Every 15 Minutes” “Every 30 Minutes” “Hourly” and “Manually”. This would check your emails on every 15 minutes, 30 minutes and hourly respectively. We want you to enable “Every 15 minutes”. Once enabled you will see a ticked mark symbol on the right.

iPhone Fetch new Data

4. In the final step, go to last option on the same screen. That is “Advance”. Here in the screenshot below, you can see that I already have added Gmail account. Make sure you select “Fetch” option there.

Following the above settings, you will be able to get fast email notification in iOS.

Though the above settings are very important for the people who deal with emails many times a day, but this setting also has a clause. Setting higher fetch data rate could consumes a lot of your iPhone’s battery power and the battery utilization increases further if you are on the move. For this is the reason, Apple has set the default mode as “Manual”.

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In manual mode you will need to open Mail and check them manually every time you want to read or check for new mails. This setting is also not advisable for users with limited mobile data package. As the settings keeps checking for new mails periodically in the background, and this leads to increases in data consumption. Therefore if you are concerned with battery performance, we would recommend you to stay away from the above settings.



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