Hey guys, I used to have an unlocked iPhone five running on the T-Mobile network. My 3G toggle was almost always turned off. I only turned it on when I I would have 3G in the area. Now that I have the actual T-Mobile iPhone 5, I get 4G almost everywhere. However I do notice that my battery dies a lot quicker. Can I just be used to my old iPhone having edge speeds, and then the battery would last longer? Is it possible that 4G actually drains the battery a lot quicker? Just a question, because I don't know these things. Sorry if I have a repost. I tried searching for this topic, but I didn't see any results that pertained to this particular subject. I guess what I'm asking is, what is the average iPhone 5 battery life with 3G/4G? I check my Facebook about 8 to 10 times per day, have my Gmail set on push every 15 minutes. And I do average texting during the day. I lose about 8 to 9% an hour. Unless I am on standby and do not touch my phone for a good hour. In that time I only lose about 3 to 4%, if that. I find myself losing a lot more battery when I'm on 4G, rather than Wi-Fi. I usually keep it plugged in in the car as well. Is this average? Or am I losing too much battery? From about 12:30 PM to 4:30 PM today I went from 100% down to 73%. Is this common? Sorry for all the questions! And thank you in advance for your responses!