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I have a IPhone 6 and now the battery runs down less than 1 hour.

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Replace the battery.

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check the factory specified details of the battery

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First disable all the applications and connections (e.g. any background apps or wi-fi, gps etc). If the battery life is still the same then perhaps you may have a problem with battery.

Also try resetting the phone to factory defaults and see whether it helps. If none of these works, then perhaps the best way is to make a trip to service center.

Posted on Mar 07, 2011

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SOURCE: my Iphone was working fine

I know how desparate this feels - try powering it off completely and remove / replace the battery - make sure the charger is connected securely and try again - you should be able to use the phone whilst it is on charge. If the charging symbol does not appear when in charge mode then the charger itself may be faulty. Try hooking it up to a USB cable from your PC - it should still charge but not as quickly.

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The battery will probably have to be replaced (it's very easy, just take it to your local cell repair shop, it takes literally 10 minutes), but for the freezing, have you tried reinstalling iOS with iTunes ?

Posted on Nov 20, 2012

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How long should it take to recharge my iphone 4 brand new battery ?


The first two or three times, don't look, but normally, when you use a 1 A (1000mA/h) charger, within 4 hours. I don't like to use the iPad charger that can deliver 2 Amps, because it will heat up the battery. And the wormer it gets, the sooner you need a new battery.
But, if you want to find out the quality from your battery, just visit the genius bar in an Apple store. They test it for free, and also can point out if there is an app consuming too muck power. I went in with my iPhone 4 and they found an older firmware version. They put in a newer firmware (not the iOS) and since then it is running 2 or 3 days with one charge, with a 4 years old battery. Before I went in, the battery would drain in less than 6 hours.

Sep 30, 2014 | Apple iPhone Smartphone

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Tips and Hints on How to Maximise You iPhone 3GS Battery Life


1. Turn Screen Brightness down to less than a half and turn on Auto Brightness. (Settings - Brightness).

2. Turn off Location Services when you are not using a GPS dependant App. If on a long journey using the iPhone's GPS, only turn the App and the service on every so often. GPS based Apps really eat battery life up!
(Settings - General - Location Services - Off).

3. Turn off Fetch Data. With this feature enabled the iPhone will interrogate the internet or your mail account every so often to fetch data, for example, an e-mail. This drains battery life. (Settings - Mail Contacts - Calendars - Fetch New Data - Push Off).

Or if you really want to keep this feature, just follow the same protocol as above , but instead of switching "Push" off, below that, adjust Fetch Data settings, to fetch on a less regular basis ie Hourly as opposed to every 15 mins.

4. On long journeys when all you need is the iPod functionality, turn Flight Mode on.
(Settings - Airplane Mode Off).

5. Remember to run the battery completely flat every so often. I do it around once a month and then fully charge it again.

6. Turn Bluetooth off.
(Settings - General - Bluetooth Off).


7. For those of us who have an iPhone 3GS or updated software on iPhone, switch on the Battery Percentage for better battery monitoring. (Settings - General - Usage - Battery Percentage On).

8. If you are fairly desperate for battery you can turn off the 3G feature of the iPhone. 3G enables higher browsing speed and better call quality. (Settings - General - Network - Enable 3G Off).

9. Turn Wi-Fi off if not in use. The iPhone will use battery searching constantly for Wi-Fi networks. (Settings - Wi-Fi - Wi-Fi Off).

10. Remember, if you really can't manage with the battery life, you can buy iPhone cases which provide extra battery power.

Good Luck

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Apple iPhone Battery Saving Guide The Apple iPhone doesn't have the best battery...


Apple iPhone Battery Saving Guide
The Apple iPhone doesn't have the best battery life in the world but if you follow this simple guide it should provide you with a longer battery life.



1. Turn down the brightness: You can reduce the battery consumption by turning down the brightness of the screen. Select Settings, Brightness, and then drag the slider to around the 25 percent mark, or as low as you can stand.

2. Turn Wi-Fi and Bluetooth off: From the main menu, tap Settings, Wi-Fiand select the "Off" switch. Same goes with Bluetooth; if you're notusing a Bluetooth headset, make sure the Bluetooth radio is deactivated(Settings, General, Bluetooth).

3. Check e-mail less frequently: If you are using Pop Mail then you can save battery by checking it less frequently. Select Settings, Mail, Auto-Check, and pick either the "every 30 minutes" or (better still) "every hour" options.

4. Sync less frequently: If you sync with an Exchange server either turn it to manual or set it only to check periodically

5. Make sure "Auto-Lock" is on: TheiPhone will keep its bright screen burning unless you manually pressthe lock/sleep control. If you haven't already, make sure the iPhone's"Auto-Lock" feature is on: tap Settings, General, Auto-Lock, and then pick a time interval (the shorter the better).

6. Turn off the equalizer: Apple has always suggested turning off the iPhone’s built-in equalizer to conserve battery life. Tap Settings, iPod, Equalizer, then spin the roulette wheel up to Off.

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What are the main power and battery differences between iPhone 4s and iphone 5S?


Both Apple products have a built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery that can be charged via USB from a computer or power adapter.

The Apple iPhone 4S battery allows:
8 hours of talk time on 3G
200 hours of standby time
6 hours of internet use on 3G, 9 on wifi

The Apple iPhone 5s battery allows:
10 hours of talk time on 3G
250 hours of standby time
8 hours of internet use on 3G, 10 on LTE and 10 on wifi

Both provide 10 hours of video playback and 40 of audio.

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IPHONE BATTERY LIFE


The battery will probably have to be replaced (it's very easy, just take it to your local cell repair shop, it takes literally 10 minutes), but for the freezing, have you tried reinstalling iOS with iTunes ?

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Can i use 3 12volt batteries in a golf cart instead of 6 6volt batteries


Yes you can but the down side is that the total amp hour rating from 3 x 12 volt batteries may be a lot less than the amp hour rating from 6 x 8 volt batteries. This means you will run out of battery power a lot sooner.

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I charge my i phone over night and after a few hours the battery dies


you should try turning your wifi off, and disable 3g

if you dont know how; just go to settings, general, then network. you'll see the option to disable Wifi if its enabled, as well as 3G. If you have 3G enabled, your iphone will die within 5 hours!! You can tell if your phone is on 3G mode by looking at the top left of it next to your signal bar, and see if there is an "E", a signal strength bar (Wifi), or an E, which is just the standard At&t network that takes less juice to run.

Try it lol

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Battery life less than 12 hours; Wifi says "UNABLE TO CONNECT"


This is a really good article that will take you step by step through the settings that will best optimize your battery life. And if this doesn't help you should make an appointment at your local Apple store, they are always very helpful (at least in my experience).
http://www.apple.com/batteries/iphone.html About iPhone BatteriesLearn how to maximize the lifespan and battery life of your iPhone.

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Iphone wont turn off after reset.


If iPhone won't turn on, or the display freezes or doesn't respond
  1. Press and hold the Home button for at least six seconds, until the application you were using quits.
  2. If that doesn't work, turn iPhone off and turn it on again. Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button on top of iPhone for a few seconds until a red slider appears, and then slide the slider. Then press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until the Apple logo appears.
  3. If that doesn't work, reset iPhone. Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button and the Home button at the same time for at least ten seconds, until the Apple logo appears

More resets:
Try This:
1. Remove Sim Card
2. Hold in 'Home' button and 'On/Off' button together until Apple logo appears
3. Replace Sim Card
4. Hold in 'Home' button and 'On/Off' button together until normal phone screen appears.


Also, Try this:
1.) Shut down the iPhone 3G.
2.) Start up iTunes
3.) Hold down HOME button on the iPhone 3G
4.) While keeping the HOME button depressed, plug in the Sync cable
5.) A message will pop up to ask if you want to reset.
6.) Just click YES and the reset process should start.


I’m happy to assist further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/joe_8b8c2cd6ce148309

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