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Discussion in 'iOS 6' started by oplix, Oct 7, 2013.
I'd love to see anything close to this on ios7
Well I'd love to see anything close to that on iOS 6.
Never gotten anything like this after 10 months with the iPhone 5.
Could be a lot of factors like signal strength in your area, type of usage, wifi time, etc.
Last time I did a battery drain I did on the IP5 on iOS 6.1.4, I got 7 hours and 57 minutes of usage and 11 hours of standby. My IP5 is the first batch from launch day.
I'll screenshot it for you guys in the next couple of days.
Might as well screenshot something to give you an idea, these stats wouldn't be possible if the useage state above was bogus.
As promised here is my battery readings as of just now, before my IP5 shutdowns at 4%
My charging patterns for all my iPhones:
Charge it as much as I can to get the electrons moving; never let my battery drop pass 30%, once a month drain it until it's dead and do a full undisturbed charge past 100% for 1-2 hours. I'm super grateful I've had strong LTE signal from my carrier everywhere I go in my city. Only time I had a sketchy signal was during my trip to NYC, T-Mobile was a bit sketchy in my hotel room for my 5 day vacation.
Charging past 100%, iOS is designed not to overcharge and will discharge itself automatically.
(My IP3G still holds a full or very good charge after 5 years with this pattern)
Apple Battery Technology
Looks exactly like how our batteries are made and behaves.
4S, iOS 6.1.3
My friend's IP5 got toasted in iOS 7
Yikes! I'm sticking with iOS 6 for as long as I can with my iPhone 5.
Standby time is irrelevant.
At times I wish I still had iOS 6 but it feels so outdated on my iPhone.. Hopefully my iPad comes with iOS 6.
Your wish granted.