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What are the top 5 battery suckers on my iphone 4S???
I run 2 mail accounts, one is an exchange server off my work server. I imagine this tanks a fair bit of battery? There are no notifications on it.
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1) Extra bright backlight
2) Turning the phone one and off constantly
3) Running graphic intensive applications (games usually)
4) Watching videos
5) ...

Anything that has push notification enabled will cause the screen to come on for a short time and go off. Doing this repeatedly will consume battery life..

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