touhou fan, 27 Mar 2016thanks for the battery tip!
via iPad Air 290% is a bit high, its best to keep between 40-60% but usually one need up to 80% for practical reasons. And draining and charging full to calibrate should be kept to an absolute minimum, both a drain and full charge cause irreparable degradation of the battery, every time you do either it gets a litte degraded.
Its the same for electric cars, the battery tech is essentially the same, most people i know who have Tesla Model S has programmed it to stop charging at 80%.
GK, 28 Mar 2016First of all - rightly -you didnt let your device for a long time uncharged, so you didnt made... moreHe is screwed, any li-ion type battery that is left empty for a long time will self.discharge over time till the voltage is so low that the battery cannot be salvaged and brought back to life, its permanently destroyed.
People, when storing a phone, before you turn it off make sure its charged to 50-60% (or up to 80% but no more), and after a year (or less) it need to be charged again.
Adan, 01 Apr 2016Its my phone have aproblem its hunging please any updateHang when you click links? The 9.3.1 update at around 25MB takes care of that, go to settings and check for updates, it should already have notified you by now.
Gutted I upgraded from the iPhone 5 to the 6 now I can't watch videos on any media as buffers all the way through and can't use hands free in the car in fact I can't get it to pair with anything via blue tooth anymore and Apple seem uninterested now u have to carry two phones everywhere! Where can I get a refund? I can feel a Samsung coming on!
My iPhone 6 I'm waiting for the new update 9.4 I haven't update mine to the new 9.3.1 still at 9.2.1 version no regrets
Adan, 01 Apr 2016Its my phone have aproblem its hunging please any updateIt has new iOs update today 9.3.1 do it now.
anonymous45, 31 Mar 2016I upgrade my iphone 5s to iOs 9.3 it over heats my iphone, fix the problem guys....Just released 9.3.1, update and keep in touch for info
I upgrade my iphone 5s to iOs 9.3 it over heats my iphone, fix the problem guys....
Jericho Philippines, 29 Mar 2016Hello there! Is anyone downloaded the new 9.3 os version for iphone 6 (which already availabl... moreIt's not a huge change, they jsut added the night shift (which I use just because I have it now lol it's not really usefull.) and you can now add a finger print lock to your notes. Again, no biggie
I love the size. It is just right for me.
However just a couple of things. Where the earphones plug in. Should move back to the top or at the least to the side. With it at the bottom the wire keeps bending and then breaking. Moving it would solve this.
As for iTunes and not being able to upload music from my iPod or from CDs is rather upsetting. This needs to be fixed. I like my music that I have already paid for and I don't want to have to use both devices.
Thank you for the opportunity.
Is anyone downloaded the new 9.3 os version for iphone 6 (which already available now)? So hows your experience can you please details here the pros and cons? Thank you
How long does it take to charge the phone from zero to 100%? Compared to my Nokia Lumia 930 it takes ages. Is it normal?
RaJiP, 27 Mar 2016I charged my iphone 6 a couple of months ago and didnt use it.Now it doesnt charge at all..DEA... moreFirst of all - rightly -you didnt let your device for a long time uncharged, so you didnt made something wrong, just the opposite would say. Now few tips that could help (maybe some of them you've already tried).
- Let the device plugged to the power a little bit more.
- Make sure that you are using the cable and wall charger that came with your iPhone. If the charger or cable youÂ’re trying to use isnÂ’t Apple certified then that could be your problem right there.
- Try using a different wall socket, a different cable, and a different charger.
- Take a look at the connector on your cable and the port on your iPhone. Make sure that theyÂ’re clean and free of dust. You can blow or blast a little compressed air into the port to clean it out.
- There are reports that if you keep your Lightning cable in a humid or wet environment the connector can get corroded. If itÂ’s wet then you should never plug it in because you could also damage the port on the iPhone. If it looks corroded or thereÂ’s something on the connectors that you canÂ’t remove with a microfiber cloth then itÂ’s worth taking the cable into an Apple Store to show them, they may just give you a replacement.
- Try resetting your device while itÂ’s plugged into the charger by holding down the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons for 10 seconds or so until the Apple logo appears.
I hope everything goes well