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Discussion in 'Apple, Inc and Tech Industry' started by thehustleman, Sep 25, 2013.
Not just apple devices just in general from anything more that runs on battery?
What is the usefulness of knowing the lifespan of random batteries on random devices? My smoke detector battery lasts about 10 years.
Really?!? Ten years for a smoke detector battery. You must have notifications turned off
You can get 10 year batteries.
I was just joking around but thanks for the link. That's really useful information. I think I'll get a few of them.
Just curious about other portable electronics and what they yield in battery life.
My nook gets a month and a half of battery life (I'm a daily reader)
My galaxy s III gets a day my iPod touch gets me 2-3 days depending on usage.
Macbook pro about 5 or 6 hours
My phone... a good three days.
My PC... none.
My Kindle... about a month.
My GBA... can't remember the last time I charged it.
You must have the droid RAZR maxx O the maxx hd?
Or are you a very very light user in a strong signal area?
Nope. I have a Nokia Lumia 620. Neat little budget smartphone. Unfortunately I live in the middle of nowhere so signal isn't the best. But I can easily average 3 days for battery life on it.