Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
I just read that someone is suing Apple, claiming that despite their claims the iphone battery can't last more than 300 recharges. Apple mentioned several times that the battery can be fully recharged 400 times without losing potency. I know the iphone was just released buy I wnated to check if anyone noticed any decrease in battery power.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
There is an issue with the IC that handles charging the battery and generating the different voltages the iPhone needs. Historically there have been problems with this chip so I am not surprised you are experiencing glitches with the 3G already. If the problems comes back it is most likely not caused by the battery, since the battery should not cause problems in the first year. If the battery has a manufacturing problem it will not recover spontaneously and you can take it to Apple. If you are out of warranty or unlocked your iPhone there are independent iPhone battery repair services that can open the iphone for you and replace whatever is needed, but they will charge for it.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
No, my cousin has one and it works fine, but remember if your battery isnt fully discharged it wont last as long. before you go just charging it all the time you should everynow and then let it run out before you recharge it.
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