Siri is a bit of a battery killer

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by UKmacman, Oct 14, 2011.

  1. UKmacman macrumors regular

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    Ok, so the phone hasn't had a proper charge yet and I am playing around a bit but the battery seems to be going down pretty quick. Anyone else think it might be this or just the new phone?
     
  2. bmms8 macrumors 68020

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    i can see siri being a bit of a battery hog. the reviews didnt mention on it, but i hope its not too bad. i can definitely use speak to text via BT headset!
     
  3. fjrabon macrumors regular

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    Same as any processor heavy app that also has to use a data connection.
     
  4. amzchhabra macrumors regular

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    I remember when I installed iOS5 GM last week, i thought the battery was draining, but ultimately it was because I was playing with it non stop all day. The 4S will be the same, soon you will use it like you normally do and it will show good life :)
     
  5. iPhone3gPSU macrumors member

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    OP, Can you verify that there is an option with Siri to automatically activate when the phone is held to your face? I saw something about this once, but didn't see anything in any of the reviews that I read. Just curious - thanks!
     
  6. samcraig macrumors P6

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    and GPS...


    That being said - Your battery still needs a little conditioning which will improve overall performance.. so yes - if you haven't gone through a few charging cycles, your battery is bound to drain faster...
     
  7. JRoDDz macrumors 68000

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    Have you charged the battery fully when you got it? It takes a couple of battery discharge/charge cycles for the battery to reach optimum capacity.
     

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