- 07-09-2010, 10:02 AM #102
- 07-09-2010, 11:05 AM #103iMore Intermediate
- 275 Posts
Duvi - come fix my i4!!!! hehe Not going to repeat my setting again, I think they're in my last post on this thread. The one thing I have not done, is let it run completely out and then recharge from there. Thats my next step. I'm trying so hard to get my battery life up!!
- 07-09-2010, 04:48 PM #104
Brightness is default, no vibrate, several push notifications, no push email, sound is on and in fact I stream music several hours a day as evident by my usage. I send lots of text messages and run IM+ or Trillian IM constantly. I am running on 3G network, but mainly use Wifi because I have access at home, work and many other places I go. I also use email via Google Sync, along with my calendar and contacts syncing. Again I use fetch for email one time an hour, and I don't use push email. I stream Pandora or Slacker almost constantly. I also don't use Bluetooth, so it is off. Location Service is off and I only turn it on when needed. I also have my Wifi set not to search out new connections.
- 07-09-2010, 09:32 PM #105
Just as an update, I did a full restore on mine and set it up as a new phone and my battery life is just as bad.
My screen shot is at twitgoo.com/17rg3q
I'm going to pay a visit to my local Apple Store to see if they can add any insight to my situation or give me a new phone. After two weeks of scouring the interwebs for similar stories, I can say that although there are others experiencing poor battery life, the overwhelming consensus on the battery in the iPhone 4 is positive. Hopefully, I can get in on some of that Apple magic soon. (-:
- 07-10-2010, 12:21 AM #106
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- 07-10-2010, 06:55 PM #108
@Alli I just listened to your podcast, it was great, and to the last question about my post it sounded like your cousins husband* thought the screen shots were projected figures not usage after the fact. Because his example of the car shows what it thinks your gonna get, the odometer whould show what you got. The info he gave was great i just think he was under the impression that the screenshot were guesses not actual usage.
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- 08-05-2010, 02:08 AM #123
I'm convinced about one thing. Let me explain. I jailbroke my ip4 then decided against it, after my battery life immediately started to exhibit increased drain. So I restored from backup. Since restoring from backup my battery life has continued to drain faster then anytime prior to jb/restore. Only time it seemed to operate better, was when my ip4 was setup as a new phone. There is some connection between restoring backups and reduced battery life. I had the same weird connection on my 3GS.
- 08-05-2010, 05:54 AM #125