The battery life of your smartphone has gotten worse and worse over the years.
It’s a bit like getting a new pair of pants every time you take them off.
But according to a new report, battery life is still the most important factor in determining the durability of your phone.
If your phone can hold a charge for an extended period of time, it’s probably going to last you a lot longer than it used to.
That means if you don’t have a long-lasting battery, you may be wasting valuable time with your phone — not the other way around.
The report, which was conducted by Consumer Reports and carried out by a team of research experts, found that the battery life for smartphones in 2017 dropped to just 36 percent, down from 47 percent in 2016.
That’s the lowest battery life since 2006.
Consumers who want to spend more money should upgrade to a bigger or more powerful phone, and if you’re looking to upgrade your smartphone in 2018, you should be doing so with the battery in mind.
While it may seem like you should spend more on your smartphone if you want to have a longer-lasting one, that may not be a smart move, according to the researchers.
The study found that consumers who spend more are more likely to buy smartphones with a smaller battery than those who spend less.
The report also found that battery life increased with the number of apps and websites you use on your phone, as well as the amount of time you spend using the phone.
It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that the more time you use your phone the more battery life you’re likely to get out of your device.