Showing posts with label Battery. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Battery. Show all posts

Monday, June 8, 2015

iOS 9 introduces a new saving -energy mode!

For all those who can not get through the day with the battery of your device, iOS 9 includes a new power saving mode. Batteries thank.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

IKEA starts selling furniture with the possibility of wireless charging

The company IKEA began selling furniture brand with the wireless charging of mobile devices. In addition, the manufacturer produced a series of covers that innovations have benefited the owners of iPhone and other smart phones that do not support wireless charging.

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Apple Watch - first complaints about battery life

Apple Watch before launching battery life was one of the main problems of the new product from Cupertino, and after its release users seem to confirm what various sources previously announced. Specifically, users who use Apple Watch for exercise and monitor their activities with the application Activity complain because of reduced autonomy Apple product.

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Apple Watch Battery Has A Limited Life

Since yesterday was officially launched the new Apple Watch, the first units to reach customers who have already started to preorder one another on April 10, the clock is in the center of Cupertino attention during this period. Although Apple has already informed us that the battery life is only a few hours, in terms of total autonomy loading cycle, today we learn more about it and especially the battery has a limited lifespan, to everyone's surprise.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Here's How To Greatly Reduce The Battery Consumption In Case Of Emergency [Guide]

Given the increasingly complex and increasingly large screens with increasing resolution, the battery life of the device is subjected to our tests always the hardest. As for the iPhone, the introduction of iOS 8 can give a useful tool to combat the depletion of your office. Here's how.

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Nokia Unveils Three Android Phones Family

 Nokia Unveils Three Android Phones Family - Nokia has used it's MWC conference to announce three new Android phones under the "Nokia X" brand. The three phones are Nokia X, Nokia X+, and the Nokia XL. The "three way mashup" is the name of operating system and is also what Nokia has used to describe the smartphone family. let's know more details about three phones and it's operating system after the break.

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Comparison Between iPhone 5 & iPhone 4S [ Battery Life ]

iPhone 5 is the best and the most important smartphone in the world. The competition is not stopping at Apple devices only but iPhone 5 competes Samsung Galaxy S III too. Previously when Apple released iPhone 4S, we noticed that it has poor battery. We will make small comparison between iPhone 5 and iPhone 4S in Battery life. Let's see the difference below. 

According to Apple, they have specially improved the battery life of iPhone 5, the fruit company also provided the data which showed that iPhone 5 has improved battery life as compare to iPhone 4 and 4S. But actually, it turned out opposite. iPhone 5 has poor battery life as compared to iPhone 4S.
iLounge has posted head to head complete comparison of iPhone 4S and 5 battery life and results were utterly opposite. And iPhone 5 can’t withstand a complete day after charging, So, you should keep charging cable with you. And if you travel too much, you will probably need extra battery cases or chargers. Here’s a complete detailed result by iLounge:
LTE or 3G Internet Data:
  • Apple claims:
    • iPhone 5: Up to 8 hours
    • iPhone 4S: Up to 6 hours
  • Actual:
    • AT&T iPhone 4S: 5 hours and 54 minutes
    • Verizon iPhone 4S: 5 hours and 53 minutes
    • AT&T iPhone 5: 4 hours and 44 minutes
    • Verizon iPhone 5: 5 hours and 15 minutes
Wi-Fi Data:
  • Apple claims:
    • iPhone 5: Up to 10 hours
    • iPhone 4S: Up to 9 hours
  • Actual:
    • iPhone 5: 6 hours and 24 minutes (with Cellular antenna turned on), 8 hours and 26 minutes (with Cellular antenna turned off)
    • iPhone 4S: 8 hours and 30 minutes
Voice Calling:
  • Apple claims:
    • iPhone 5: Up to 8 hours
    • iPhone 4S: Up to 8 hours
  • Actual:
    • AT&T iPhone 4S: 7 hours and 16 minutes
    • Verizon iPhone 4S: 8 hours and 27 minutes
    • AT&T iPhone 5: 6 hours and 15 minutes
    • Verizon iPhone 5: 6 hours and 6 minutes
Video Playback:
  • Apple claims:
    • iPhone 4S: Up to 10 hours
    • iPhone 5: Up to 10 hours
  • Actual:
    • iPhone 4S: 10 hours and 32 minutes
    • iPhone 5: 11 hours and 7 minutes
Audio Playback:
  • Apple claims:
    • iPhone 4S: Up to 40 hours
    • iPhone 5: Up to 40 hours
  • Actual:
    • iPhone 4S: 41 hours and 20 minutes
    • iPhone 5: 37 hours and 3 minutes
FaceTime Calling:
  • Actual:
    • iPhone 4S: 3 hours and 15 minutes
    • iPhone 5: 3 hours and 2 minute
1080p Video Recording:
  • Actual:
    • iPhone 4S: 2 hours and 20 minutes
    • iPhone 5: 2 hours and 30 minutes
  • Actual  (recharging a completely dead iPhone 5 from a 1-Amp power source):
    • iPhone 5: 2 hours and 17 minutes

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Use TidySpring To Speed Up Your iOS Device And Increase Your Battery Life

It is probably no surprise that the vast number of subtle processes and graphics that make iOS so pretty are resource intensive. The Cydia tweak, TidySpring enables you to 'clean up' your springboard by switching off these features that unnecessarily consume resources.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

iOS 4.2's Networking is more Efficient and Less Battery Consuming?

According to Nokia Siemans, one of the world's top cellular companies, claimed today that the new iOS 4.2.1 that has just been released couple of days back, contains a type of technology called network-controlled fast dormancy or known as (NCFD). NCFD speeds up the networking performance and optimizes how the iOS device connects to a network. This also helps for less network utilities.