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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by ThatsMeRight, Oct 10, 2012.
The title says it all.
I had an iPhone 4 for 2 years and I was crazy happy with it.
I changed it mainly to get better battery life and a quicker interface.
I'm happy with the performance and the look of the device, but I'm deeply disappointed in the battery life. Till now it's worse than my 2-years-old iphone4, with the same settings.
I miss the jailbreak advantages too, but I knew what I was doing when I upgraded to the iPhone 5.
Did you go with "Set up as a new iPhone" or did you use a(n) (iCloud) back-up?
It's magic. It's like a walrus flossing.
New phone set up and everything possible disabled...
Too bad to hear. Have you looked under: Settings > Privacy > Location Services > System
There are usually some huge power drainers right there.
Similar feelings to the above.
EXCEPT for the fact my battery life is easily double that of my iPhone 4.
I couldn't be happier.
Already done... if it doesn't improve it's going back tomorrow
You want me to cry dude?
Upgraded from the 3G. It's like night and day. A whole new world. Love it.
i'm coming from the ip4, so there are a number of rather noticeable improvements. it is much faster, finally get Siri, a welcome update to 64GB, and the better* camera.
however, my ip4 was solid and in great shape with no noticeable loss in battery life. i really hope i can say the same for the new ip5 in two years.
* better when the flash is syncing properly. mine is flaky. a reboot fixes it, but the problem comes back. i'm waiting to see if it is fixed with the next iOS update, and if not, it is a hardware problem and i'll have to exchange it.
Preordered my iP5 and upgraded from my 2007 original iPhone. What can I say about the iP5? It's phenomena, as compared to the iP2g, needless to say. It's a totally new user experience. Coupled with the clarity of the display and the newly found speed, I am more than pleased with my new iPhone. Thank you, Apple.
ETA: If I remember correctly, the original iPhone cost some $699.00 before taxes during the initial launch back in July of 2007. My new subsidized black 64gb iP5 cost about half of the iP2g after taxes.