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Posted by on Dec 22, 2012 in Updates | 0 comments

iOS 6.0.2 consumes battery like no tomorrow

iOS 6.0.2 consumes battery like no tomorrow

Apparently if it was taken very seriously since December 21, according to some users, update for the is literally draining the battery of equipment as if there was no tomorrow.

One user said: “Usually, at the end of the day I spent 75% of my battery power. Today I spent 90% and I have not done anything special. “

Another user over said: “Today I have hardly used my phone and suddenly I realized that the battery only remained a 40% charge 3 hours after disconnecting from light. This is a very significant change in energy consumption. “

A third comment says: “Before 6.0.1 had no problem with my battery, could have the phone without charging all night and keep 100% of the energy but this morning upon awakening, the indicator showed that 91% had remaining, obviously without using the phone all night. “

Some speculate that the problem is due to the behavior of the Wi-Fi on iOS 6.0.2 as this could be increasing the number of times you check the Wi-Fi.

Although there are complaints, apparently the problem is not universal, ie, not all users are experiencing this problem. The update came out exclusively for the iPhone 5 and iPad Mini, which obviously limits the number of people affected but still, if you have any of these devices, you may want to wait a few days for Apple to put an update to correct this problem.

Link: iOS 6.0.2 is draining our batteries, some users say (Cnet)

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