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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by SydneyJunkie, Mar 11, 2012.
seriously, why? its so ****ing frustrating
If you mean this message:
Probably to prevent you from using it with 1% left and running it down again.
Well you could just plug it in when it warns you at 10% or there after why run it down to nothing
Don't let the battery run out of juice, problem solved.
Because it needs to charge up to a certain level so that you dont use it at 1% and kill it again.
Because the iPhone draws like 3% battery when it turns on and its a failsafe incase it is unplugged when booting.
oh please, stop being ass hats guys. not always are you near a charger. when your on a long phone call your not eyeing the battery
It's to charge up to 4%. Safety measure to prevent software corruption by forcing the phone to shut down with too little battery power remaining.
If it's an ongoing problem get a Mophie Juice Pack for your iPhone.