I’m a power junkie… any iPhone 5 owner probably is.
When I’m on location during my teleserye tapings, we spend more time waiting on the set than the time spent acting in front of the camera. So, how do we while the hours away? We rely on our phones to keep us busy and to save us from boredom.
The minute my iPhone 5’s battery hits the 80% mark, I get a bit restless. When it drops to 50%, my peace of mind leaves the room. It’s one of the worst feelings, don’t you agree?
The iPhone 5 is an awesome phone… it’s pretty much a portable office, gaming console and entertainment system rolled into one. But that versatility comes at a price. It takes a huge toll on its battery. And no matter how much Apple tries to improve their iOS devices on the aspect of power consumption, we iOS users want more juice.
We end up bringing our chargers and cables hoping to find an electrical outlet nearby so we can charge our gadgets every chance we get. But we are always on the lookout for better ways to keep our iPhones away from that dreaded “red battery” icon.
So, is there a better way to keep our iPhone 5s juiced up? Hell, yeah!