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iPhone 4 cutting out issue.


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Hi, so I've had my iPhone 4 since September 2010 and in the last 6 weeks or so, it has been cutting out with a full battery. When I turn it on again it comes up with the empty battery logo.
But if I leave for some time and turn it on its fine. I reset the phone on Thursday but it cut out again just now with a 75% full battery. I plugged it in and turned it on and it showed it was at 75%, then I tried to take a photo but it cut out again.

Has anyone else had this problem? It it a battery issue or something else? I've noticed it cuts out the most when I use the camera.

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