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NY Times: Tips and Myths About Extending Smartphone Battery Life

Posted February 24, 2016
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One of the biggest drawbacks of any smartphone is battery life.  You're on your shoot, you have everything going great, and then your battery dies -- tragic. 

It doesn't have to be that way though.

Check out these tips and tricks from the New York Times, and learn what tricks out there are nothing but old wives tales.

Read the story here.

 


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