I have had my iPhone 6 since October, and when I first got it, it would struggle to get 5 hours of use before dying. Software updates helped a bit, as well as restoring, taking things to about 6 and a half hours. Before 8.2, the most I had ever seen on a charge was 8 and a half hours, but that was after taking extreme precautions. 8.2 has rolled along, and I have now gotten SIGNIFICANTLY better battery life on both my iPhone 6 and iPad mini 2 (my iPad never gave me issues though). As I said, average for iPhone was 6 and a half hours. Average for iPad was about 8.5-10 hours. Look at these screenshots. I hope this isn't just a fluke. I didn't change any settings or anything. Only thing that's different is that I have recently started talking to my friend again on FaceTime/Skype (Audio only). I only did FaceTime audio for about an hour and 15 minutes in my phone, and the rest of the time I used Skype on my iPad for about 6 hours over the two days my iPad was off the charger (we used Skype right before switching to FaceTime audio because it kept dropping ) Anyone else see similar results because I am stoked right now. Again, hoping it's not like a one-time thing.