|Apple iOS Battery|
One major issue of iOS 5 (Apple’s latest mobile operating system) since the iOS 5 public release last October 12th is the rapid draining of battery life of iOS 5 powered Apple devices. A few weeks after its debut, a number of iPhone 4S, iPhone 4 and iPod Touch users who opted to upgrade their devices to the latest iOS started to notice and complain about the faster draining of their device’s battery.
After some observations, one iPhone 4S user who also experienced the same battery problem suggested a temporary fix to improve the battery life. He concluded that one causing the battery problem is the iOS setting that automatically update its timezone. The feature’s constant pinging to various location servers to update the device’s timezone might be the one causing the fast battery drainage.
To turn off auto update timezone setting, just go to the Settings app > Location Services > System Services, then turn off the Setting Time Zone option.
How to Fix iOS Battery Problem Permanently
Just today, Apple has officially released the first iOS 5 update, iOS 5.0.1 which will permanently fix the battery problem experienced by user of iPhone 4S and other iOS 5 powered Apple devices. Among the changes made in this latest iOS 5 update are the following:
- Fixes bugs affecting battery life
- Adds Multitasking Gestures for original iPad
- Resolves bugs with Documents in the Cloud
- Improves voice recognition for Australian users using dictation
- Contains security improvements
So if you are have an iOS 5 powered devices experiencing the same battery problem, then the best move now is to update iOS 5 to its latest version via iTunes.
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