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(Beatweek Magazine)   IPhone 5 battery life: best ever, or getting worse? Actually it's both   ( beatweek.com) divider line
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2013-01-09 11:30:49 AM  
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Battery life will continue to improve as programmers get better at managing resources and core components of the OS are optimized for battery.

iOS has a delegate/listener pattern for things like "is the Internet on" and "did my data change" that helps keep polling out of developers' hands. The more developers that use the right patterns, the more the battery will last, as OS manufacturers optimize the components that do the polling under the hood.
2013-01-09 10:51:58 AM  
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Knobbs: I don't get this. I have the iPhone 5. I use it a shiatload. I have no problem with the battery. Charge once a day.

Me neither. I usually charge mine once every other day, sometimes once every three days.

There is no better example of Louis CK's "Everything is amazing, and no one is happy" routine than threads like this.

Is it really that f*cking hard to plug your phone in when you go to bed at night?
2013-01-09 09:51:56 AM  
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I have an ObamaPhone. Only need to charge it on the first of the month.
2013-01-09 09:22:53 AM  
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stpauler: The bad news: the iPhone 5 offers no more batter than the iPhone 4S
Damn...I wanted a stack of flapjacks.

I shot baby batter all over my iPhone screen once.
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