A Serious Question About Battery

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by Merkuryy, Oct 19, 2007.

  1. Merkuryy macrumors regular

    Merkuryy

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    Guys, I'm gonna get a iPod Touch(8G) From Tokyo to replace my iPod Nano 1G(4G)------I will put it on my Kengsinton Speaker until the flash memory dye. I also got a iPod 5G(30G),and both of them have a "up to 14 hours of music playback".

    With backlight off, EQ off, I get used to have the iPod dye after 10-11 hours of music playback. And the Nano reach the same level. What I expect of the Touch, is with the same usage(You can imagine, only music, no WiFi and mostly under playlist), I can at least "touch" 15 hours. That is 50% more, very enough for me, for I have tons of player that said "Up to 14hours" since 2002,and it's just time to have a boost.

    P.S: If you say"Hey,If you want a 8G music player,then go for a new Nano" I will say that of course I will have movie and photo on it, and I will use iJailBreaker to install apps because I'm a big computer lovers.I just want to make sure if I want to turn it to a music player which can play 15 hours of music, I will not be very disappointed.I know that there are tons of Touch users that have iPod 5G or Nano 1G before, so pleaaaaaaaaaase help:p
    Peace
     
  2. techlover828 macrumors 68020

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  3. SirCrumpet macrumors regular

    SirCrumpet

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    I think the question is "Will the touch last at least 15 hours with wifi/eq. etc turned off?"
     
  4. Merkuryy thread starter macrumors regular

    Merkuryy

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    That's it, thank you, I was so excited to ask that I forgot to point out the essential. The most important is that,"With those EQ,WiFi,Backlight off, and as the same way I use my iPod 5G and Nano(mentioned above, which mostly reach 11hours), can I get 15 hours? Can I finally quit this oldschool up to 14 hours of music playback"
    Thanx
     
  5. Barnard macrumors newbie

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    16 hours using quality mp3s, maybe more if using 128 AAC.
     
  6. Merkuryy thread starter macrumors regular

    Merkuryy

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    Sounds good, I read on Macworld that with WiFi on they can do it too, But I prefer daily use test, not numbers
     

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