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Coming from a droid x my battery life might be a little less than it once was. I still love my iphone and i have plenty of places to charge it during the day.
    
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and everything that I can find says that the A5 has roughly the same power consumption because they cut the speed of both cores in half to only 500mhz in order to preserve the same power consumption.
The CPU in the A5 runs at 1GHz, not 500MHz. There's plenty of benchmarks showing that.
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The CPU in the A5 runs at 1GHz, not 500MHz. There's plenty of benchmarks showing that.
It runs at 800MHZ

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post #34 of 85
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I've had no problems. I always have >40% battery life at the end of the day. Oh, and all day I'm using internet, chatting, showing off Siri, and quite frankly just showing off the phone .
Typical Apple fanboy.

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(people love it!).
No, you're in love with it.

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The CPU in the A5 runs at 1GHz, not 500MHz. There's plenty of benchmarks showing that.
You meant 800 MHz?
Edited by CULLEN - 10/29/11 at 6:56am
post #35 of 85
Hardware problems can definitely be on some phones and not others of the same model.

By the way I've had to refer many people to Applecare at work already for problems with this thing... and not just battery drain. It's by far the most problematic phone launch I've ever seen.
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It runs at 800MHZ

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Typical Apple fanboy.


No, you're in love with it.


You meant 800 MHz?
No, I meant 1GHz but I was talking about the iPad 2. The link in the post I was replying to was about the A4 in the iPad.
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Eventually It will know enough to oh god....
I know, end bacon production. *faints*
post #38 of 85
And you have no way of changing out the battery.. I would say, "Ohh, the irony," but it honestly isn't ironic at this point.
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post #39 of 85
I have yet to face this problem on my 4S, I'm able to use it heavily for 2 days without charging it. Thats still longer than my old 3G lasted when I got it new.
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My 4S has different battery life depending on the day. Sometimes it can be great and other times it's definitely dropping faster than it should. If it's a software issue, I would be happy if they got it fixed. I might have to look into what other people said they did, re-installing iOS5 (though I don't know exactly how to do that yet).
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