Why a doctor can’t fix your iPhone 5s battery
It’s been a week since the iPhone 5S was introduced to the world and we’ve already started to get a taste of what we might have in store for Apple’s new device.
It has been a good week for Apple.
So far, the iPhone has been outselling its predecessor.
The company has made some great hardware decisions in the past few months, and it seems to be taking a little more notice of its own success.
Apple has managed to get its iPhone 5 out of a tight spot on the market in the last couple of weeks.
The iPhone 5 is one of the top phones for the price in the world, and that’s not something anyone expected.
However, despite the hype surrounding the new phone, its performance has been lacking.
It’s an affordable device that is a good-enough phone for most people, but it doesn’t do anything new.
The battery life of the iPhone hasn’t been great, either.
We’re used to phones that last a few days on a single charge, but the iPhone still has trouble holding a charge.
That’s because the iPhone can’t keep its battery charged indefinitely.
You can only hold it for as long as the battery is charged.
So what’s going on?
Why do iPhone batteries have such a long life?
Why is it that they last so long?
The iPhone is a smartphone that is constantly on the move.
It can’t just go on its way, either, because the phone needs to be connected to a charger.
It needs to charge the battery before it can continue using the phone.
This means the iPhone battery needs to go from 10% to 50% in a matter of minutes.
To help you understand why that’s the case, let’s take a look at how the iPhone’s battery works.
When it comes to battery life, it’s important to understand that battery life is an indication of how much battery power the phone can store.
When the battery isn’t fully charged, it is only able to charge 5% of its capacity.
This is a big deal for the iPhone because a phone’s battery is basically a battery.
It takes a long time to fully charge the phone and to fully discharge it, which means that it’s not fully charged.
The more power the battery has, the more power it can store, and the more battery capacity the phone has.
The longer the battery stays charged, the longer it can stay charged.
When you take into account the fact that the iPhone is constantly moving, it means that the battery can’t be used to charge it completely every time.
This can make things like charging it over and over again really difficult.
A phone with a short battery life can still work for a while, but when it gets low on power, the battery gets a little tired and it doesn.
So how do we fix this problem?
How can we keep the iPhone from charging itself to death?
It’s a tough question to answer, but we can start with a simple explanation.
There are two types of batteries: those that are in the normal state and those that have a charged state.
When a battery is in the regular state, it doesn’ use much energy.
When batteries are in a charged condition, they use more energy, and when they are used up, they start to lose their capacity.
Theoretically, the phone could have a battery in the “normal” state and use less energy when the battery goes low.
However we’ve known for a long while that this isn’t the case.
There’s a big difference between a phone in the ordinary state and a phone that is in a “charged” state.
In the normal states, you’re charging the phone by taking the battery out of the charger, which is what is called a trickle charger.
In a trickle chargers, the batteries charge when the phone is plugged in and the phone’s charging circuit is turned on.
When that charging circuit turns off, the charger stops charging and the battery continues to use less power.
The normal state of the battery works in the same way, except that the charger will only charge the iPhone when it’s in a trickle mode.
You’ll see that the phone in a normal state will charge the device when the charger is turned off and when it is plugged into a wall outlet.
When your phone is in its “charged state,” the charger can’t charge the charge when it has not been turned on and it continues to drain the battery.
The charger stops draining the battery when the iPhone goes into a trickle charging mode.
That means the battery will continue to drain when the charging circuit in the iPhone turns on, but once the iPhone gets to a trickle setting, the charging process will stop.
As you can see, the “charged status” of the phone means that you can charge it when the device is plugged back into a charger, but only when the power is turned ON.
So, how does this affect the battery life?
How does the iPhone have such an extended battery life in a limited time