My iPod touch drains battery very quickly. With limited use the battery completely drains in about a week, even if it is in sleep mode most of the time. I did a test with a program called iBattery. I browsed safari for one minute exactly, and the battery drained 2%. This would mean that on a fully charged battery i would only be able to browse the web for 50 minutes, instead of the 4 hours promised by apple. Also, i was browsing apps on the app store and for 5 minutes of use the battery drained from 41% to 27%. This would mean that a mere 35 minutes in the app store would completely drain the battery. Do you think perhaps it is an inaccurate meter? A few days ago i was watching video on my iPod touch for not more than 15 minutes, and the battery went from 60% down to 49% Is it me or does the iPod seem to have unusual battery life? I have seen it go from 100% to 99% right after i unplug it and a few hours of standby/sleep drain it to 95%. When i actually start using it it drops to about 70% after ten minutes or so. Then the battery drops down into the 60's by itself. I have turned all push notifications off and the brightness is only at half. I also have auto brightness turned on and have tried every battery saving technique there is. Every time i put it in sleep mode i exit to the home screen first. What am i doing wrong? I bought the touch in January, and it has only been through 20 or so charge cycles. I also make sure that it is not damaged. It has only slipped from my hands twice, from about 2 feet to the hardwood floor. Oh and there is another oddity. Sometimes the battery drains by a few percent randomly and then a few minutes later the percentage goes back up, often higher than it was originally.