Low Battery Log

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by SteveHFC, Nov 19, 2016.

  1. SteveHFC macrumors member

    SteveHFC

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    {"timestamp":"2016-11-19 07:28:18.69 +0000","bug_type":"120","os_version":"iPhone OS 10.1.1 (14B100)","incident_id":"834D16F9-FF5C-48AD-9796-188294FF1D4B"}
    {"bug_type":"120","os_version":"iPhone OS 10.1.1 (14B100)"}
    Incident Identifier: 23F83B3E-4CA7-47E9-9110-F230430C98CE
    CrashReporter Key: 0dab3b1613a34f4fa04ff96ccb58f143351c45dc
    Date: 2016-11-19 07:28:18 +0000
    OS Version: iPhone OS 10.1.1 (14B100)

    mediaserverd: mediaserverd-idleSleepPreventionForFlashlight(2016-11-19 05:14:40 +0000) PreventUserIdleSystemSleep == 255, held for 02:13:38
    mediaserverd: com.apple.audio.VAD [vhaw] AggDev 5.context.preventuseridlesleep PreventUserIdleSystemSleep == 255, held for 02:13:38
    UserEventAgent: com.apple.routined.sync.coreroutine BackgroundTask == 255, held for 26:12:38

    Hardware Model: D111AP
    Awake Time: 10:23:29 (37408)
    Standby Time: 20:25:50 (73550)
    Partial Charge: 0
    Capacity: 0
    Voltage: 3199 mV



    I let my phone go down all the way to 0 and then it died. After charging it back up this morning. I noticed the above in my settings and was wondering what all the information means.

    Is my phone ok or would I need to get it seen to.
     
  2. Newtons Apple Suspended

    Newtons Apple

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    #2
    For what purpose did you run your battery down?

    This is about the worst thing you can do to a L-ion battery.
     
  3. SteveHFC thread starter macrumors member

    SteveHFC

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    I was out all day yesterday and didn't have a charger with me hence why it died.
     
  4. Freakonomics101 macrumors 65816

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    Yep... that's why I never "calibrate" my battery anymore. I try to not let it go below 30%.
     
  5. C DM macrumors Westmere

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    Completely depleting the battery isn't good, but iPhones and really most similar devices get down to 0% without the battery being completely depleted to have a buffer basically. It's certainly not as good compared to keeping the battery above 40% let's say but it's nothing really drastic either (short of it happening very often on a regular basis essentially).
     

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