Tuesday, May 26, 2009

iPhone battery vs. Tiwtter

The battery life of an iPhone which uses applications for the management of twitter accounts such as Twitterrific (http://iconfactory.com/software/twitterrific) or TwitterFon (http://twitterfon.net/) can get exhausted much sooner as expected.
Personal experience says that the battery will allow only for about 8 to 10 hours in Stand By, in comparison with the more than 30 hours in Stand By which can be achieved on the same iPhone after the removal of those applications.
The reasons for such a high energy consume by those applications I don't know, but let's hope that the next versions of those twitter clients solve this problem.
More about iPhone battery life, applications and settings of the iPhone can be found at How to Change the World.

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