3 Replies Latest reply: Dec 29, 2012 11:18 AM by goktas.anil
goktas.anil Level 1 (0 points)

Before I had an iPhone, I was terrified about its battery because of discussions.

However bought one at 18.12.2012 used to %0 and then fully charged to %100.

 

I've researched and tried a lot. Here is the result :
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(Sorry for fingerprints.)

(6.0.1 to 6.0.2 updated during this battery life via 3g.)

 

 

----- Advices :
1) Turn off auto-brightness.
2) Turn off Bluetooth.
3) Turn off Wi-Fi or Cellular Data when you're not using it.
4) Turn off Location Services.
5) Turn off iTunes & App Stores & iCloud matches while there is nothing new to sync.
6) Turn off Siri.
7) Turn off Mail-Push and Fetch.

 

+ For users who is gonna say that "Turn-off iPhone too." :

 

I used most of things on the phone. Took pictures, scanned some pages, whatsapp'ed, found direction via navigate while using Siri, downloaded and also synced over +20 apps etc.


My saying is use it effectively. (Just when you need it.)

 

I hope it will be helpful.


iPhone 5, iOS 6.0.2
  • cocktail5555 Level 1 (50 points)

    The fact that you are suggesting we turn off all features of the phone is just ridiculous! I never had to do that with iPhone 4 or 4S. Apple needs to admit to the problem or fix the thing already.

  • goktas.anil Level 1 (0 points)

    Hello?? Did you even read what I've said after turn offs?

    My suggestion is :

    "Just when you need it."

     

    Is your laptop open whole day with trying to keep 3g-4g-lte connection, pushing mails every minute, checking files to sync which there isn't a new one?

     

    Specialize your "smart"phone.

     

    Your post just contains one, just one truth that is : It can be better.

  • goktas.anil Level 1 (0 points)

    Second battery life :

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    Third one in half:

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