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  • Flanua Level 1 (5 points)

    If your battery is very hot this may damage your battery lifespan! If your screen dropping brightness while your phone is hot, try to immediately cool it as long as your brightness return. Don't play heavy games while charging your battery! Or you can play but only if battery will shown 100%

    P.S. Try to find new battery (new) and replace the battery. Battery must be charged from 0% to 100 at least once per month! If not then the battery will loose her capacity! That's why new phones from Apple may have battery issues. In the store shelf iPhone may lying month or years who knows? That's why ours iPhone having issues with their batteries.

  • Joniki Level 1 (0 points)

    I have had terrible luck with my battery since last iOS upgrade. I just spent $7 on an OEM battery and took 5 minutes to replace my original battery. I easily get 12-15 hour run times out of my phone now.

  • Danilkos Level 1 (0 points)

    Try calibrating your iPhone's battery. Instructions are at battery saving tips article

  • Ly7981 Level 1 (0 points)

    After seeing my colleagues iphone battery issues, I never buy iPhone, only iPads of which I bought two. I refuse to upgrade  to iOS  7 and my iPads work fine with good battery life. Apple is not interested in improving their batteries. They just want customers to buy a new phone every year or two. Btw I use Samsung phones which allows customer to change to new batteries and Sony xperia with excellent battery life.

  • pogster Level 4 (2,245 points)

    Well of course your iPad will get better battery life. They are much larger. A larger enclosed allows a larger battery.

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