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My 6s was replaced about a year ago, and here I am, just listening to Podcast for about an hour and my battery is already down to less than 20%. Yes, I keep closing all my apps--but this battery rundown is more noticeable nowadays.
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I wonder if the batteries they were using were under powered or otherwise faulty, and a software fix was added to try to hide it?

I think they just age.  My Nexus phone went through that... the difference is it was easy for me to change the battery, but the iPhone's aesthetics make it a bit harder to do that replacement. There are always engineering trade-offs, Apple just isn't great about communicating theirs.
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How does this apply to us here in Japan?


SPV

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What I saw is- They very much did admit to slowing down your phone, but they said they were doing this to stop phones from "all of a sudden" shutting down due to lack of battery power.

A claim that seems tenuous at best!

A friend here had the above symptoms, iPhone 5se shutting down suddenly, battery charge indicator dropping from 60% to 20% within a few minutes, etc. She had the battery replaced last week and now all is well.

I wonder if the batteries they were using were under powered or otherwise faulty, and a software fix was added to try to hide it?
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Anthony William...

To have backing from DeNiro and others is interesting, but of course not necessarily meaningful.

I still haven't read all that much of his book. Just saying that friends are claiming breakthroughs after years of suffering.
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What I saw is- They very much did admit to slowing down your phone, but they said they were doing this to stop phones from "all of a sudden" shutting down due to lack of battery power.

A claim that seems tenuous at best!
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So - is Apple admitting to a purposeful slow-down for older iPhones , or WHATT!!

No, but several governments are investigating Apple, under the assumption that this indeed what they did.

I really hope they get screwed biggly about this (though I doubt they will). Crapple need an almighty scandal and financial hit to shock them back to being decent again.
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So - is Apple admitting to a purposeful slow-down for older iPhones , or WHATT!!
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Open Discussion (members and non-members) / Re: The Medical Medium
« Last post by Jim Ediger on Today at 04:14:32 AM »
Well, I'm ignorant of many who may have been under Michael Anthony's medical guidance, but if Robert De
Niro says he's good -- he'd be highly recommended.
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The trouble is, I couldn't remember the name of it. Maybe I never knew: just the pills the doc gave me.

However, I knew it wasn't Zolpidem, and that is what they have in England. Zolpidem's OK for insomnia but not the stress as it interferes with sleeping patterns.

Maybe it was Lorazopam? It's called Wypax in Japan, but it usually helps relieve tension and helps with going to sleep.
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