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Apple may fix iPhone battery issues once and for all

21
Mar
2014

Apple may be working on a smarter way to fix battery issues affecting its mobile devices once and for all, a patent application discovered by AppleInsider reveals. The iPhone’s operating system would be able to analyze its user’s daily activities, patterns, and battery charging habits and figure out ways to prolong battery life by continuously optimizing power requirements based on the user’s needs. The patent application – titled “Inferring user intent from battery usage level and charging trends” – describes an advanced technology that would be able to read inputs from various sources to determine the user’s iPhone-related requirements, and save battery life. The technology would constantly monitor battery consumption – long-term power budgeting – and try to determine the

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