I have had my iPhone for three weeks now and the thing I have mostly noticed is the battery. Even though Apple said that it improved the battery slightly and many tech reviewers are saying that, when they have been using their iPhones daily, they end the day with 60% of the battery's power remaining. I have used my iPhone daily -- every 30 minutes for about 10 minutes and getting push notifications about every 10 minutes. I have done basic troubleshooting and restored with a fresh firmware and drained my battery to 0% once. Does anyone have any idea to fix this, or should I hand my phone in to Apple?
Answer by IamTechCrazy · Oct 05, 2012 at 11:21 AM
You didn't say what kind of battery life you're getting out of it. With light to medium use I can get almost 24 hours on a charge. I would take try searching the app store for battery apps and see if you can show that it's not performing properly and then take it to the Apple store.
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