|Jun 23, 2009, 09:00 PM||#1|
Any way to measure remaining battery capacity like coconutbattery for Mac?
I just got a new iPhone 2g because the power button on my old one broke and the genius at the Apple Store gave me a new phone under AppleCare. However, the battery life just seems horrendous. I can rarely make it through a single day without having to recharge. Are there any benchmarks that I can test it against. For example, I should be able to run Pandora over EDGE for X hours or something? Is there any sort of utility that I could use to measure the battery's remaining capacity? I would hope that it's in the 90-100% range because I just got the phone a couple weeks ago, but who knows.
My phone is jailbroken, so I can probably install an app, if it exists.
|Jun 25, 2009, 07:59 AM||#3|
Yeah, like how much of the original capacity the battery still has. For example, my two-year-old MacBook Pro battery has about 70% left, while my new MacBook Pro battery has like 98%.
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