Should I expect better from iPhone 4s Battery life?

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by jtg0511, Nov 14, 2011.

  1. jtg0511 macrumors newbie

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    I have had mixed results with the iphone 4s battery life,

    These are my current settings: 3G always off unless I need to manually use the internet,

    Notification center: Weather, Phone, Messages, Reminders, Calendar, Google Voice, Mail

    Location: Camera, Maps, Reminders (no use since i leave 3g off), Siri, and Weather

    I have 2 email accounts that i set to fetch hourly (no Push), Facebook push is off, I've done the time zone settings that improves battery life, Brightness is low

    I am usually connected to Wifi and here is the battery life I get:

    I am at 2% remaining with:

    Usage: 7 Hours, 44 Minutes
    Standby: 1 Day, 16 Hours

    I practically have to turn off everything as shown above to get it to last a day and a half, but with 3G on, I'd probably get a day's use at Max,

    Is this what everyone gets from an iPhone or there is something wrong?
     

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  2. r2shyyou macrumors 68000

    r2shyyou

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    #2
    Have a look at this thread for comparison with others.
     
  3. I8P'CS macrumors 6502

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    I'm getting this off one charge no top up. currently on 3 hours 13 minutes of standby 17 minutes usage and I'm on 100%
     

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  4. Jordan921 macrumors 68040

    Jordan921

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    Your usage time isn't bad, but at the same time you are turning off 3G just to get a day and a half. Is there a reason why you can't charge the phone daily?
     
  5. CSpackler macrumors regular

    CSpackler

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    That's about normal. With everything enabled (push, notifications, etc) I never get more than 7 hours on my 4, unless I listen to music with the screen off.
     

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