Originally Posted by Footloose301
Lucky you! Ever since the original iPhone I have yet to get 2 days use out of it. I wake at 6am each day with 100% battery and when I get home around 7pm I usually have 10% or less battery left. Granted my Bluetooth runs all day which I should turn off because it gets used once a month and I surf facebook and AI all day.
I did a small bit of tweaking to get that.
Turned down the brightness to a more reasonable level
Turned off push
Turned off location services (it will turn on if you happen to need it)
Turned off notifications
Turned off Push
Turned off Fetch for mail (I just check it manually when needed)
I've also heard that using the EQ with the iPod functions will add additional drain to battery life but I've never compared the two. I do use a bluetooth headset at the gym for about an hour. I turn off bluetooth as soon as I'm done with it.
None of these things impact usability much at all, but they can add an extra day or 2 to your battery life.