What is lifetime usage?
means.... as long as you live the item has to last that long too!!
The PCP statistics state that individuals 12 and older the prevalence rate was estimated at 10 percent, while the lifetime prevalence rate was estimated at 2.5 percent. For adolescents ages 12 to 17 the estimated prevalence was 20 percent, while the lifetime prevalence rate was estimated at 40 percent. For young adults ages 18 to 25 the past month estimate was 2 percent, while the lifetime estimate was 1 percent.
In general, the iPod Nano 8GB has a good battery life, averaging 24 hours of play time between charges and 400 charges over the lifetime of the battery. As with any device, your average play time between charges and how quickly you reach the expected number of battery lifetime charges will depend on your usage.
1)Reason: a.Charger or electro circuit can't be fit for the battery. b.Overcharge and overdischarge, etc. c.Battery can't comply with the charging requirement 2)Solution: a.Use the original charger. b.Charge the battery after it automatically powers off , then full charge the battery. c.Avoid erroneous usage of battery, such as heavy pressure, short circuit, fall off and so on.
Yes, the word lifetime is a common noun, singular, abstract noun; a word for any lifetime of anyone or anything. A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, thing, or title; for example: Lifetime Entertainment Services LLC (Lifetime channel) Lifetime Drive, Modesto, CA Lifetime Photography, Franklin Square, NY "Once In a Lifetime", 2006 documentary narrated by Matt Dillon
Complicated question: A lifetime warranty means the "lifetime" of that particular product, piece or part. It does NOT mean your lifetime. That is why most warranties have different sections for each part or piece that they cover. To make matters a little more complicated, the word "Lifetime Warranty" or "Lifetime of a Product" varies not only product to product but state to state. In California, to use the words "Lifetime Warranty" the product must have…