I phone 5 is battery problem I am not access internet then battery is countine reduce 4 time charging in day not good phone
John, 18 Nov 2015Hai., I am using iphone 5 & ios 9.1, my battery drains very fast, i am charging 4 times a ... moreI called and about battery problem
They told me to rest the phone and keep it off for 24 hours then afterwords charge till 5 to 6 hours and then start it
I am doing this process
I just now receive my iPhone 5 64gb refurbished phone it has scratches on screen and inside display it has a light black spot
Also its charging really slow. Sometimes it's getting stuck or the percentage are becoming less
What I should do should i replace it it 7 days replacement guaranty
And your experience with the battery
I m on ios 8.3
junex, 17 Nov 2015where can we find the mobile hotspot of my iphone 5Under settings hotspot
Hai., I am using iphone 5 & ios 9.1, my battery drains very fast, i am charging 4 times a day how solve the issue. Pls help anyone.
deep, 14 Nov 2015hllo.frnds..I wanna going to buy a,new I phone 5s...plz,tell me,is my right decision or not....it depends on your usage
deep, 13 Nov 2015hllo.frnds..I wanna going to buy a,new I phone 5s...plz,tell me,is my right decision or not....If your budget can afford the 5s, then I think go for it. It's a year newer than the iPhone 5, has a better CPU, better GPU, and a slightly better camera.
x..X..x, 13 Nov 20153 years and my iPhone 5 is still going strong. I have a tempered glass screen protector applie... moreYeah 3 years is good going for a phone. I was lucky to get my iPhone 5 for free, when the company I work for upgraded their business phone (the iPhone 5) to an iPhone 6. The iPhone I have is just over 2 years old, and, coming from Android, I'm quite impressed with how the phone performs. I think I'll hang onto this phone for a while, but I might think about a more updated iPhone later on - like maybe when the contract price of the iPhone 6s comes down.
hllo.frnds..I wanna going to buy a,new I phone 5s...plz,tell me,is my right decision or not....
3 years and my iPhone 5 is still going strong. I have a tempered glass screen protector applied on it. It has survived multiple drops like 7-8 times. It has also survived water damage. It got totally wet in rain and would not power on. Revived it by putting in a bag of rice for 2 days. I made a terrible mistake of updating from iOS 6 to iOS 7. I loved the look and feel of iOS 6. Currently I am on iOS 9 now and will not do any more future updates because apple has a habit of slowing down older iPhones with latest iOS. Just like the case of iPhone 4 with iOS 7. It was so slow and lagged a lot. So will not update to iOS 10 in future. The only component that has taken a hit in my iPhone 5 is the battery. After 3 years of heavy usage, its back up has decreased significantly. So I have ordered a new battery from authorized apple reseller and plan to change it myself. So with the new battery, I plan to keep my iPhone 5 for another 3 years if all goes well.
Switching from android to ios ordered apple iPhone 5
Excited eagerly waitingfor it
I love its hand size and retina display
The iPhone 5 is a great phone however every phone has its limit. I don't recommend the update to iOS9. After upgrading my iPhone 5 to iOS 9 I experienced problems such as battery life loss. processing speed loss and minor lag in some applications (pre-installed and downloaded). Another issue with the update is an error where some apps fail to update through the AppStore while using mobile data. Apps update fine while connected to a WiFi network.
Everything I detest about technology seems to find its way into Apple's latest alleged upgrades and now, where once I was a champion of their products, I hate Apple too. This poss (check spelling) poor company rob consumers blind and fiddle with the workings and layout of iTunes like you wouldn't believe. I use a Macbook Pro, an iPad and an iPhone 5 and I hate these pointless (unless they're sent to iron out previous and equally disastrous) upgrades with a passion beyond words. Every time there's an "update" in software, something else fails, and it's usually the music. Where once I could play any track in almost any order I wanted to, I no longer have that option. Currently I've lost the ability to play any tracks in order (iPad and iPhone) and the shuffle is stuck on one song unless I change it manually by hitting the shuffle button again. Did I mention how much I hate Apple? Oh, I thought I may have missed it. Suffice to say, the moment I get paid, the iPhone is getting ceremonially smashed into a thousand pieces and I'll go back to using a good old Nokia 8850 (I love those phones), an iPod (that still works) and a camera. You can't beat a tool made specifically for the job. Meanwhile, Apple, do me a favour: stop fiddling with yourself and maybe ask a customer or two if they want these changes. Better still, try testing them before you roll out the crip (spelling again)!
So I decided to take the iPhone 5 over the weekend, had the OS upgraded to 9.1, and I must say I'm very happy with the phone. I do however find it very different to Android, but in a good way.