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Текущая версия: martin ,

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Hi Guys
 
Before you go and start huffing and puffing about the bad batteries make sure you have some settings disabled first! :P
 
'''WiFi -''' This is the No.1 cause of minimal battery life. A lot of people leave this bad boy on when they aren't even using it, or they don't even realise it is on in the first place. The common mistake people make with this is they presume the WiFi is off when it says
 
'''"Not Connected"'''
 
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WRONG
 
That purely means it is not connected to a wifi router, it does not mean it is physically turned OFF. It still in fact runs at full battery draining capacity because it is '''constantly ''' searching for new/old networks to connect to.
 
To solve this issue, make sure this setting is switched to '''OFF'''.
"'''OFF'''"
To solve this issue, make sure this setting is switched to '''OFF'''.
"'''OFF'''"
 
[image|121997|size=thumbnail]
 
'''NOTE''' - After you update/restore your iPhone, the default factory settings are enabled and good old WiFi is enabled again. Also try to only use WiFi where there are power supplies to recharge your iPhone with.
 
'''Bluetooth -''' Make sure this sucker is disabled as well. Unless you are in your car using it for handsfree or at home using it for music, KEEP IT OFF.
 
:)
 
Check this [http://www.apple.com/batteries/iphone.html|link] for further info.

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Оригинальный сообщение: martin ,

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Hi Guys

Before you go and start huffing and puffing about the bad batteries make sure you have some settings disabled first! :P

'''WiFi -''' This is the No.1 cause of minimal battery life. A lot of people leave this bad boy on when they aren't even using it, or they don't even realise it is on in the first place. The common mistake people make with this is they presume the WiFi is off when it says

'''"Not Connected"'''

[image|121998|size=thumbnail]

WRONG

That purely means it is not connected to a wifi router, it does not mean it is physically turned OFF. It still in fact runs at full battery draining capacity because it is '''constantly ''' searching for new/old networks to connect to.

To solve this issue, make sure this setting is switched to '''OFF'''.

[image|121997|size=thumbnail]

'''NOTE''' - After you update/restore your iPhone, the default factory settings are enabled and good old WiFi is enabled again. Also try to only use WiFi where there are power supplies to recharge your iPhone with.

'''Bluetooth -''' Make sure this sucker is disabled as well. Unless you are in your car using it for handsfree or at home using it for music, KEEP IT OFF.

:)

Check this [http://www.apple.com/batteries/iphone.html|link] for further info.

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