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maka344

macrumors 68020
Nov 4, 2009
2,129
1,307
London, UK
I upgrade every 12 months and always end up having a warranty replacement device from Apple - what do I care?
 

Newtons Apple

Suspended
Mar 12, 2014
22,757
15,254
Jacksonville, Florida
Just use it. Plug it in when you sleep and it will be ready for a days use when you wake. Obsessing will only ruin your enjoyment of your phone. The battery will last way longer than most will own the phone.
 

maflynn

macrumors Haswell
May 3, 2009
73,682
43,712
Like the MBPs, people seem to get overly worked up over the battery. I use mine and don't worry about the battery. If I need to replace it a couple of years down the road, I will. The only thing I avoid is deep drains, other then that, I'm more interested in using the phone to its fullest potential.
 

MistahMumford

macrumors 6502
Nov 12, 2011
259
18
SC
Just use it. Plug it in when you sleep and it will be ready for a days use when you wake. Obsessing will only ruin your enjoyment of your phone. The battery will last way longer than most will own the phone.


This! Another thing I do is turn the stinking percentage off. It's off out of the box anyway.
 

Max(IT)

Suspended
Dec 8, 2009
8,551
1,662
Italy
Don't use it, or ever charge it.

Actually that's quite dangerous for a lithium based battery ;)

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Like the MBPs, people seem to get overly worked up over the battery. I use mine and don't worry about the battery. If I need to replace it a couple of years down the road, I will. The only thing I avoid is deep drains, other then that, I'm more interested in using the phone to its fullest potential.

My iPhone hardly lasts two years .... :D

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Btw the article gives pretty good advices.
 

decafjava

macrumors 603
Feb 7, 2011
5,281
7,493
Geneva
Wow, what a stupid reply. Is that what you do with yours?

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