10 Ways to Increase Battery Life on iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad

The 10 ways to save battery are: kenfilmshd.blogspot.com -Turn off wifi when not in use -Turn off bluetooth when not in use -Turn 3G off when not using it -Turn auto brightness off and turn down the brightness -Disable Location services -Turn Equilizer(music) off -Kill all background apps -Sutolock sooner -Disable some Cydia Tweaks via SBsettings Check out my channel: www.youtube.com Check out my old channel: www.youtube.com Follow me on Twitter: twitter.com Like my Facebook Fan Page: www.facebook.com The iPhone features an internal rechargeable battery. Like an iPod but unlike most other mobile phones, the battery is not user-replaceable. The iPhone can be charged when connected to a computer for syncing across the included USB to dock connector cable, similar to charging an iPod. Alternatively, a USB to AC adapter (or “wall charger,” also included) can be connected to the cable to charge directly from an AC outlet. A number of third party accessories (stereos, car chargers, even solar chargers) are also available. Apple runs tests on preproduction units to determine battery life. Apple’s website says that the battery life “is designed to retain up to 80% of its original capacity after 400 full charge and discharge cycles”, which is comparable to iPod batteries. The original iPhone’s battery was stated to be capable of providing up to seven hours of video, six hours of web browsing, eight hours of talk time, 24 hours of music or up to 250 hours on standby. The iPhone
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