Simple question for people with cell phones. Have you ever replaced a battery in your cell phone? For the purposes here, exclude replacements for defective/recalled batteries and people who carry an extra battery and swap them. I'm asking because the last time I remember having to buy a battery for a phone was 1997 or 98. I'm trying to see the advantage. I understand the desire for people with phones without reset buttons, and for people who carry extra batteries for swapping. And I certainly understand the Apple-bashers. But are there any other reasons? Those of us considered high-phone-use professional/business types established those habits before car chargers and when charging phones took hours. I was once part of that crowd, but now Starbucks and airplanes have power outlets, and batteries can be charged to 80% within an hour. The only need for a spare battery these days is psychological.