When 2 out of 4 bars doesn't mean 50%
by James Duncan Davidson
Not thirty minutes later did my iPod sputter out and go silent. Out of juice. Bummer. I spent the next couple of hours listening to traffic instead. Man, do you get spoiled having all that music on demand in your pocket. But really, I can't complain. I had used it quite a bit in the last few days and any amount of thought on my part would have shown that it was high time for a charge. I'm just glad that the fuel gage in my automobile is more accurate.
Lesson Learned: If you've got a really good battery in your device and you don't have to charge it every night, you won't.