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Battery booster for iPhone 4


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Squirrel1971

 
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Just wondering if anyone has seen a battery booster that is compatible with the iPhone 4? Had a Mophie Juice pack for my 3G and loved it...
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Is your battery draining real fast? I really don't think you'll need a battery booster, my iPhone 4 lasts me a day in a half with somewhat heavy use in texting, calling, games, checking my emails, and so forth.

But I haven't heard of any juice pack as of yet. Personally I'd just turn your notifications off, and your location based services. I have everything turned off, and just check it manually, helps significantly with battery performance.
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I'll try some of the above things..it doesn't drain very fast but I'm not sure it'll get me through the day from 7am to about 11pm.
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Yes, those things will help a lot. Just turn on your location services when you need them. Personally if I am out and about I always turn 3G off and just use EDGE. The call quality is the same and puts less power consumption than 3G, and turn 3G on when I need it.

That's just me.
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i think you will have to change the battery .
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