For those who know what this app, simply just post your Max Capacity, and Design Capacity. For those who don't know, this app tells you your exact battery level (in mAh), how many charge cycles you've been through, temperature, etc. I used this application on my old iPhone 4, and my results were horrible. I am not a heavy user of my phone, and yet I get a terrible reporting. Max Capacity: 1258 Design Capacity: 1420 Charge Cycles 93 So basically at a full charge, my battery would statistically be at around 85-88%, which is bad. 85% should be the amount of a phone that has gone through at least 300 charge cycles. So I took it in for a replacement, and now I am very happy... Max Capacity: 1433 Design Capacity: 1420 Cycle Count 52 This is spectacular. After a few cycles the mAh actually increased. 1436 peak. I do not see as much drain as I did on the old phone as well, meaning I had a dud. But this is more than perfect! So I'm curious to how everyone else's battery is holding up. If you don't post a pic, just post these vital statistics: 1. Max Capacity 2. Design Capactiy 3. Cycle Count. "BatteryInfoLite" should already be in Cydia without any additional repositories, and is MobileSubstrate-less app as well.