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    Ip.fanboy's Avatar
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    Default Got my iPhone 4s... few questions

    Cant be happier with it... I upgraded my iPhone 4 to the 4S and I'm loving the camera, i love siri! she is so helpful and this phone is so fast!!!!!! BUT Im trying to figure out how can I see the time since last full charge.

    I know it is in settings>usage, it was working yesterday but now its not working anymore and I can't see the usage and stand-by time... what can i do to fix it and finally track the time of my battery usage?

    tho i bought this phone 2 days ago, i can tell there is something wrong with the battery life... but i don't mind! i love this phone and for me it was a big upgrade... now i have more gb, i got it in white (i love it), its faster, it has siri!! (i use her for texting), the camera is amazing! i love to take pictures so it couldn't be better. it is just weird that the 'usage' was working yesterday and now it's not.
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    verwon's Avatar
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    If you've rebooted, then the numbers will reset. You have to charge back to 100% to get the readings, again.

    Sent from my iOS ecosystem!
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    Congratulations. Looks like you're loving your iPhone for all the same reasons we all do. The battery may get a little better once you're newness wears off. For me it did a tiny bit but that's probably not Gonna change too much for me since I'm on it 24 seven.
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    congrats IpFanboy !! also, just a suggestion you might want to do as well Let your battery run down completely till your 4S shuts itself off, and then give it a fresh full charge to 100%. . Perhaps do this once a month,(as i've heard) helps keep the battery 'calibrated' so that your reading is more accurate.
    Heres some more info on the iPhone battery:

    Apple - Batteries

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