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AFTER A FULL NITES CHARGE, AND USING MY IPHONE FOR ABOUT8 MINUTES OF CALL IN A DAY, MY IPHONE BATTERY IS DOWN TO ABOUT 1/2 CHARGE, AND SOON IT WILL NOT LET ME CALL OR RECEIVE ANYMORE. WOULD APPRECIATE ANY SUGGESTIONS AS TO HOW TO REMEDY THE PROBLEM. APPLE PUBLISHES A LOT OF BS ON THE LASTING QUALITY OF THIS PHONE. 44EE@AOL.COM

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First get a new battery and make sure you charge it fully and drain it completly 4 to 5 times befor you can charge it at any battery level.

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