If you have an iPhone, I'm curious if you're experiencing what I've been dealing with the last few days.  As the weather has gotten warmer, my battery seems to be running out faster. 

Could this be possible?  It seems that once I reach 10% remaining (as I captured int his pic), my phone may at any moment decide enough is enough and shut down.  I did a little research and temperatures around 80 shouldn't be causing much of a problem.

It is worth noting that Apple actually cautions against using our phones, computers, iPads, whatever, in weather above 95 degrees.

More on this can be found from Penn Live HERE.

Of course, this could just mean my phone is malfunctioning and may be the justification that i need a new one.  Yeah, that might be it too.