17-03-2012 12:41 PM
I certainly haven't.
Postings about changes in battery life always come thick and fast after an iOS upgrade. It is probably because something has happened to your specific phone or an app installed on it.
You could try all of the normal troubleshooting techniques of - reset/restore/restore as new.
If an app has been corrupted in some way restoring as new is probably the answer. Make sure that all of your data is stored somewhere safe and not just included in an Itunes backup. Music and apps will be on itunes but contacts and photos need to be manually synced with your computer. You will lose text mesage history unless you are going to jaobreak and use some unauthorised method of getting your textsx off and back on.
17-03-2012 07:02 PM
There is no such thing as normal - and battery usage depends on what the phone was doing at the time. How many emails accounts are being checked - push or fetch? Any apps running that pull data or process data from time to time. Are Wi-Fi/Bluetooth/GPS on
If the phone was not doing any work at all then the loss does seem high and I wasnt suggesting that you dont have a problem. I was saying that the iOS upgrade itself is not to blame but another problem may have been highlighted by tghe upgrade. Thats why a fresh install might cure the problem.
19-03-2012 01:18 PM