Back out one settings screen, and tap Every 15 Minutes for your Fetch schedule.This will force your i Phone to go and check email every 15 minutes, instead of the Hourly that it sets up by default.Fetch periodically checks for new mail and will update you on a regular basis depending on your settings, but unlike push, it won’t automatically notify you as new mail comes in.If you suspect that Low Power Mode was the culprit for your sporadic email notifications, you’re all set. Even if Low Power Mode isn’t on, you still might have your Mail notifications set to a very battery friendly fetch setting, i.e. Go into your settings once again and this time scroll down to .Sometimes, it takes a bit for an email to come through on your i Phone via the Mail app.
She also fancies herself a bit of a rock star in her town and spends too much time reading comic books.To get to the bottom of this, we’re going to have to go through a round of trial and error to see what’s causing the issue.It might be your phone or it might be a mail server problem. If you're sure that emails are taking up a lot of space on your i Phone, you may need to rethink how regularly you delete older emails.You can also filter emails by attachment and then delete the oldest ones to free up space.As I was in the middle of relocating, I had ended up updating my payment details including my address for my Apple ID recently.