12-05-2011 6:13 AM
While these tips won't give you an amazing performance boost they can help with some things.
1. Reduce the brightness on your phone.
2. Turn off automatic email checker
3. Kill any apps that are running in the background (press and hold the home button to see all running apps)
4. Turn off push notifications for apps that don't need it on
12-05-2011 6:39 AM
Here is a good article for tips as well -> http://www.att.com/esupport/article.jsp?sid=KB95966&cv=820&title=How+can+I+maximize+my+battery+life+... <-
12-05-2011 2:37 PM
make sure blue tooth is off and other stuff your not using. connect to WiFi when you ca nfor the internet this will also save the battery life.
12-05-2011 4:41 PM
12-06-2011 5:24 PM
Remember that Wild Banchi... 1993-2010
12-07-2011 6:11 AM
4S iphone on 3G battery life is lousy sort of. when i am on the WiFi battery life is excellent.
What is "lousy sort of"? - Starting your day on a full battery, how long does it last, or what is your battery % at the end of the day?
How marginal is your signal? 1 bar?
An iPhone 4s should pretty much last a day with 3-4 hours of use and the rest standby - not including music (essentially free battery wise for local music, NOT streamed music) or games (2-3 hours total battery life playing games.)
You can talk, use the internet, or wifi, for 6+ hours a day, but that's gonna be pretty much it on one charge.
For me, if I am in a good signal area, I will end the day (15 hours off charger) at 40% or more battery left. If I am in a poor signal area, I can be at 10-20% left, on an iPhone4 (not 4s) with probably 2 hours of mixed use during the day.
12-07-2011 8:06 PM
100% @6am by 10am 68%. WifFi for pandora radio.by 12PM 48%. by 2 pm down to 35% or 30%.time to charge by 2:30pm.
i need to have full battery after work.
its okay my iphone battery lasted little bit longer than this.
12-07-2011 9:42 PM
4 hours of wifi use using 32% of the battery is pretty good - it's only rated for 10 hours on wifi.
12-08-2011 5:50 AM
yea that's not bad. i will post screen shots of my my battery % today. but apple could have used a lipo battery.
Says Li-ion polymer right on the battery
12-08-2011 10:02 AM
12-08-2011 3:56 PM
Hi, I don't know if this is the right board to post on but I was wondering if you had any information about making my iphone battery last longer?
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12-09-2011 7:03 AM
As long as we're on the subject, does anyone know why Apple refuses to make any device with a removable battery? I know it complicates the design and construction a bit, but I can't see it effecting it that much. The only reason I can think of is it encourages people to upgrade after about 2 years when the battery starts to die.
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