|Mar 15, 2013, 06:44 AM||#3|
This query is almost impossible to answer because battery life is entirely dependent on how the phone is set up and used. For example, heavy web browsing etc will result in shorter battery life than listening to music etc.
On average, about 5 hours seems to be the norm.
|Mar 15, 2013, 06:56 AM||#4|
During tournaments, I use M:TG counter App on my iPhone, during which the screen stays on. I often check the the rules on the internet during that time, answer messages, open up a .pdf, etc..
This drains my battery from ~80% to ~10% in about five to six hours.
Cellular data ON, 3G OFF, Mail Push set to manual.
|Mar 16, 2013, 02:01 AM||#7|
^Required for functionality.
I've often tried to get a good answer on this. Its a really tough question to answer.
Usage however, is more important than standby time. I always laugh when people say their phone lasts for days and are extremely critical of having to charge 'every day'. Lol. Who cares how long your phone lasts if you don't use it.
I've considered an iPhone 5, but I have a feeling the battery would cause an issue. I've thought if a battery case, but it makes the phone ginormous .
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