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Re: G3 iPHONE - Battery Life
I've got my G3 a couple of months ago and in the setting I adjusted my screen brightness to the minimum level that I feel comfortable with. That did help improving the battery life. Also two more things helped as well. If you keep your bluetooth on at all times that will use your battery. The last thing that I realized was the wifi mode. Since I have free internet access came with the Iphone plan I turned my wi-fi off and it help me with the battery life too. I get avarage of 3 days from my phone without charging it now.
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If your iPhone battery gets low quick, try disabling features within your iPhone which may help increase battery life.
1. Decrease the screen brightness of your phone. 2. Turn off 3G when not in use ( 3G can decrease the battery life greatly ) 3. Turn of Location Services in Settings. ( GPS can decrease bettery life greatly ) 4. Turn off bluetooth. 5. Charge your iPhone up to 80% everytime and then stop charging. ( Studies show that charging up to 80% everytime can help increase the life span of your iPhone battery )
A recent research conducted on cellphones (smartphones) revealed that most of your battery life is drained by "Internet" and "calls". The more you use your phone for any of these two, the faster your battery drains. Next on the list is "Search for network" which consumes quite a bit of your battery power.
Smaller culprits are WiFi, Bluetooth, Screen brightness, themes, Vibration, etc.
* Reduce screen brightness to minimum
* turn off WiFi/3G/4G when not required (same with Bluetooth)
* if you are out of network area, turn off the mobile network so you cell doesn't keep searching for a network.
* If possible reduce internet usage on your cell phone to improve battery life (ie. if you have a laptop handy, use it!)
* Use a darker wallpaper
* Vibration takes up more battery than ringtones
* use a simple theme
* Dont keep your cell phone charging for long periods (eg. overnight)
* If you plan to buy a new battery, buy a branded authentic one
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This is a really good article that will take you step by step through the settings that will best optimize your battery life. And if this doesn't help you should make an appointment at your local Apple store, they are always very helpful (at least in my experience).
http://www.apple.com/batteries/iphone.htmlAbout iPhone BatteriesLearn how to maximize the lifespan and battery life of your iPhone.
All of the iPhones have the ability to connect to an external
battery, a charger, or any computer with a USB port. You only need a
cable. Does your Treo charge from any USB port? And carrying a cable in
your bag is no harder than carrying an extra battery. I don't
think you'll ever see a replaceable battery in an iPod or iPhone. It
would make the device too big and it would reduce the battery
life--that's right, battery life is worse with a removable battery
because the battery has to be smaller. However, you can be sure that
Apple will continue to push the chip makers for lower power chips
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My battery on my iphone used to only last a day when limiting my use. And when I tried to use it normally with all the apps and music and calling people it only went for 10mins and then turned off.
How I fixed this: It's an ongoing solution. I charged it up until it said 100%, then used it all up until it shut down again. And then I charged it til 100% and then depleted it again. Repeat over 2 weeks and your battery life should get back to normal. It worked for me and now my iPhone works better than ever!