iPad Mini and iPhone 5 Got iOS 6.0.2 Battery Life Problems After Update
iPad Mini and iPhone 5 users complain on iOS 6.0.2 battery drain. Recently Apple launched new iOS for iPad Mini and iPhone 5 that brought only minor changes and WiFi drop connection fix. And you if you updated your iPhone 5 to new firmware and now need to unlock iOS 6.0.2 you can do it with ease.
If you own one of these devices and have not yet updated to the published this week iOS 6.0.2, then I would not advise you to take the time to install this update. Some users have reported that after updating the software they are faced with too rapid discharge of the battery of their devices.
As I said, the release of this update was a response to complaints from Apple users associated with poor performance of WiFi connection. Now, apparently deciding this issue, Apple has created a new one: the owners of devices report their smartphones and tablets are noticeably exhausted battery life on iOS 6.0.2 quickly, even when not in use.
For example, blogger Adam Engst from TidBITS site says that after one and a half hours after the display of its iPhone 5 battary shows 73% of the charge, this figure dropped to 55 percent. With 18% of the charge vanished during the period when the blogger did not take his phone in hand.
According to experts, this is due to the fact that in trying to fix the problem with Wi-Fi, Apple made a wireless module to work too active. As a result of increased load on the CPU, which could not but affect the battery life.
So if you do not suffer from problems with the WiFi connection I recommend, just in case, that you refrain from installing the update of iOS 6.0.2. Perhaps Apple will soon release another update, which completely eliminates any problems.
Also don’t forget that it is too risky to update your newer device if your are waiting for iOS 6.0.1 untethered jailbreak that soon may come.