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sorry for the double thread dont know if hardware or IOS5 tread

I did not find any thread on the new iphone 4 s..........battery :hard to make a day.

ALl is off, cloud, (i hava no Siri (Canada)), no wifi , no blootooth , nothing on caledar and reminders, no sent data, .GPS OFF ,


i am in 2G......... in 3 G it is worst.

just one thing is ON notifications on CALLS , that S ALL.

no mail to receive, nothing.

i do a bit surf on web, and some calls.

battery % is dropping like a watch lol

is it battery or software ?

i did use battrey doctor to a sure full charge twice.
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I removed your duplicate post.
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ok

hope to get answers

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I have a 4S but haven't seen that problem yet - although I rarely make phone calls on it. The battery does need charging at the end of the day though - regardless of my use. If you think it's discharging abnormally fast - take it in to be looked at.

You haven't given anyone much to comment on - for example...after 3hrs of web surfing I'm at 10% or after 1 call 35% is used. I'm not sure there's anything here to answer. Perhaps go back and quantify what you're experiencing and the circumstances under which you experience it and post back?
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ok, after 3 hours of web and 5 minutes phone call.......100% fresh charge down to 20%...

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My iPhone 4s was down to approximately 70% with similar use - 2 hours of call, 1 hour of surfing.
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My iPhone 4s was down to approximately 70% with similar use - 2 hours of call, 1 hour of surfing.
good battery because the specs are 6 hours of surfing or 6 hours phone on 3 G.

and you are above 50%!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

first time in all forums that a phone is above 20% higher than the specs ,

normally some are better than mine but not at your level
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I am sure a contributing factor must be how close you are to a cell tower which affects signal strength.
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i am full signal on 3 G if i run 2 G i am full signa ltoo........

go to apple forum.......80 pages of posts!!!!!!!!!!!! (400+ posts) (just for the battery)

https://discussions.apple.com/message/16549973#16549973
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That thread is definitely a little disconcerting
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the thing is that new users of iphone think that it is normal that battery is not better than android phone.

owner s of previous iphone knows the battery life of these smart phones.
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check that out from APPLE

Apple engineers contacting iPhone 4S owners to solve battery life puzzle | Technology | guardian.co.uk
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I've noticed drainage of battery due to location based services (setting time zone to be specific) But besides that its been semi-normal. Wh

I have already reset my 4S due to a wifi sync problem so maybe something along those lines will at least help?
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apple enginners or tech try to figure out if it is harware or software because iphone 4 with iOS5 have some issues too........

they send special program to hundred users and customers to collect information......
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Main stream media has picked up the story. Seems there's something to this.
Technolog on msnbc.com

Hopefully Apple will discover and fix the problem.

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