Amazing battery life! A world record, I'm sure!

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Mark Booth, Jul 15, 2010.

  1. Mark Booth macrumors 65816

    Mark Booth

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    My iPhone 4 must hold the world record for battery life! I went to look at my usage statistics today and, when I got to Settings/General, I saw this:

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    Hmm... that's quite a few hours!!! So then I continued to Usage and found this:

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    So, there you have it! I hold the world record for battery life on an iPhone 4!!

    :)

    BTW, don't let the time and battery percentage throw you. I took a screen grab of the Usage screen first and E-mailed it to myself. It was about an hour later when I though to also E-mail myself the General settings screen. And, yes, I was in different locations for each screen grab (thus, the difference in signal strength).

    Mark
     
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  4. mgamber macrumors 6502a

    mgamber

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    Watch your back, big oil is going to come looking for you. :D
     
  5. Mark Booth thread starter macrumors 65816

    Mark Booth

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    Yeah, and what amazes me is that means Jobs and his engineers secretly invented and marketed the iPhone in 1967! He was only 15 at the time! :)

    BTW, apparently what caused this Usage statistics weirdness was the fact that I ran my iPhone 4's battery down to the point that, when I shut it off, it wouldn't turn back on. I was playing Angry Birds for at least 5 hours that day and it was toward the end of the day. I just got too darn engrossed in playing Angry Birds and didn't pay close enough attention to the battery level. Anyway, when I tried to turn the iPhone back on, it wouldn't go past the "recharge me" screen. Only after I gave it an overnight recharge did I then find the Usage screens above. It seems that running it out of juice (near completely) is what "confused" it.

    Mark
     
  6. F123D macrumors 68040

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    14,000 days but only 1 hour of call usage.. definitely reception issues. :D
     
  7. Mark Booth thread starter macrumors 65816

    Mark Booth

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    Actually, I had reset the statistics a couple of days ago. Which is further emphasized by the measly 11.6 MB of data transferred.

    Mark
     

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