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Phone Battery 101

Technology Progression, Battery Regression

As cell phone technology progresses, battery life is regressing at a significant rate.

A decade ago, you couldn’t watch Netflix on your phone. You couldn’t play Angry Birds or update your Facebook either. There is, however, one thing you used to be able to do that seems like a distant memory: Leaving your phone off the charger overnight. Read More

Cell Phone Battery Life Review

The battery life of a cell phone is probably its most important function. You can have the most powerful, fastest, or coolest phone on the market, yet if your battery life is poor, you will only have access to your phone for a limited amount of time.

New phones are constantly being updated with the latest technology which sucks up increasing amounts of battery life. Despite this, battery life is the least improved part of the phone over the past decade. Today’s phones are coming out with very large batteries compared to previous years to provide greater battery life for talking, texting, and web surfing. Read More

iO7 Draining Cell Phone Battery Life

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 With a new interface, cleaner App icons, and more user-friendly interactions, the iOS 7 update has transformed the iPhone legacy while still adhering to Apple’s core principle of user convenience.

However, every new operating system has drawbacks and the iOS 7 is no exception. Battery life, dysfunctional wi-fi or bluetooth, keyboard lags, app crashes and freezes are all common issues with this still unmastered operating system. Many of these derive from the new apps and features that iOS 7 boasts to offer. Read More

5 Ways to Increase Cell Phone Battery Life

These days, our lives revolve around our phones. According to a study conducted by www.hackernon.com, which gathered research from industry leaders such as comScore, Nielsen, eMarketer, Pew Research Center and other companies found that American aunts spend around 2 hours and 50 minutes on their smartphones each day. Read More