I guess the battery just got old, y'know? I mean like plugging them and unplugging them for charge in many sessions would damage it, so I would imagine after 2 - 3 years of doing that, the battery is dying.
Oh I've considered jailbreaking my iPad years back but never did that, kind of prefer not to for carrier issue reasons. how much do the batteries usually run for? maybe the carrier/company would know something about it. i kinda wish i asked my t-mobile guys about why my old phone was so sucky haha
That's what I do too. I mean, I would jailbreak/root my Android, but that means I might brick it or run into problems with the carrier (I think. I can't remember the whole process). I was considering to buy a new battery for the phone but I still don't know if even that would solve it, and either way the battery is pretty expensive.
if i didn't charge this phone for a few days and didn't use it at all it'd probably still be at 50% or so, thankfully. but i have little knowledge on phones so i definitely don't know how to preserve battery life well myself. :/ all i know is to go into airplane/power saver mode when need be and close out unused apps through task manager >_>
Oh oh aha I must have had a brain fart there
but yeah, my iPhone lasts waaay longer when I don't use it compared to old phones. they'd die within a day when I didn't even touch them or call anyone at all. =_=;