On my 5s Springboard will crash at least once a week, sometimes I've had it crash over five times in just one day. This appears to be a common based on a quick search of the internets, but was wondering if anyone had any tips for narrowing this down? Based on reading I'm afraid that this may be an unfixable issue (is that a word?) and a result of the new A7 processor.
With discharging I mean running the battery down to 0% and it turns off and then charging it back up to a full 100% again before taking it out and using it. I know it helps callibrate the battery better but is it actually necessary for it work better or correctly? Just started on a 5s and wanting to treat it right from the beginning. Can't really find anything on Apples site about it. I'm getting very good battery life out of it though. It can be on for a almost a full day (around 23 hours)...
There are so many of them to choose from, but which iPhone zoom lens attachments are the best?
Does the iPhone have a stat like android's screen on time? And how does the 5s compare battery wise to the Moto x or S4?
Is that home button still a physical button? Do you need to press it down or just touch it? If someone else is trying to turn on your iPhone screen, do they need to click the power button or can they physically click down that home button like they used to with previous iPhones?
With the GREATLY expanded bands that are support of the new iPhone 5s over the 5; does anyone know if the VZW version could theoretically function on T-Mobile's network (with LTE)? Additionally, do you think VZW would unlock an iPhone 5c if it was purchased off-contract at the un-subsidized price?