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Europa

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Dec 12, 2008
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#6
Battery usage screenshots can be very misleading. You have to count and describe the type of usage for them to have any value. Different types or usage drain the battery at different rates.

@IloveiPhones,the battery life isn't any better on your replacement phone?
 

Iloveiphones

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Aug 5, 2010
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#7
Battery usage screenshots can be very misleading. You have to count and describe the type of usage for them to have any value. Different types or usage drain the battery at different rates.

@IloveiPhones,the battery life isn't any better on your replacement phone?
Its better. Not as great as his, or my phone when I first got it, but it is better.
 

ivantwilliams

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Jul 14, 2009
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#8
Usage over the last 48 hours:
1. About three phone calls, tops, only about 10 minutes each
2. For the most part connected to WIFI (yes cellular was on; just making a point about WIFI being used)
3. Tweeting and checking my Twitter timeline (often, at least three to four times an hour)
3b. Instagram: Checking and posting images. Hmm, on average about an hour over the 24 hour period
4. Browsing a few websites; maybe one hour, tops
5. Posting to EiC & iMore forums via the respective apps. Maybe 3 hours at least in total time (over the 48 hour period)
6. iMessage: now that I did a lot of (since I just bought the device, I had to tell everyone and their Mama I was back on iMessage). Hmm, maybe 2 hours over the 48 hour period

...that's all I can think of. Does this help?