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    I did a full reset after it installed. iOS 6 is nice man! I especially like the tap to tweet in the notification.
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    I don't know what's up but my IPad 3 on o.s. 6 very good.
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    my battery life is about the same, if not a little worse
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    Mine is still awesome. This is the first charge after updating my 4S.




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    IOS 6, OTA install, iPhone 4:

    Battery life seems to have plummeted at about the speed of Facebook stock. My settings are the same for before the 'upgrade' (and this includes disabling some of the new 'features' - like Passbook and its location service), but I can literally watch the percentage drop as I'm messing about on the device. A little over 12 hours - mostly on standby - and it was at 10%. This was not an issue for the OS 5 upgrade on this phone.

    That said, battery life concerns seem to be constant with any initial Apple OS upgrade - be it iOS or OS X - and I'm not sure why Apple hasn't resolved that yet. It always seems to have to be fixed in a patch (sorry, Apple - 'update') later.

    Meanwhile, my iPad 2? Also an OTA upgrade but battery life seems fine. Meter barely budges.
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    I can't complain and this is off the first charge
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    very very low with iphone4s ..
    5.1.1 was giving me 22 hours backup, but this 6.0 is giving me only 6hours
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pink View Post
    I'll prob give up my upgrade (to the i5) to her so she can get back into an iPhone again and be happy
    What a great mom!
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    My battery life with iOS 6 is as good if not better than before. no problems at all.
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    My iP4S holds charge like a sieve holds water. I've gone thru and turned off everything to try and save battery power but it just dies super quick. Did the reboot, reloaded the software but I've had to charge it three times today and normally it needs to hit the charger 2/3 of the way thru the day.

    Actually never have been impressed with the batt life of this compared to my BB 9650 but since 90% of the rest of the phone was amazing, I looked past it...getting depressed
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heckler View Post
    My iP4S holds charge like a sieve holds water. I've gone thru and turned off everything to try and save battery power but it just dies super quick. Did the reboot, reloaded the software but I've had to charge it three times today and normally it needs to hit the charger 2/3 of the way thru the day.

    Actually never have been impressed with the batt life of this compared to my BB 9650 but since 90% of the rest of the phone was amazing, I looked past it...getting depressed
    2 things i may suggest:

    1) try resetting all settings [Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings]
    *you will need to reconfigure most of your settings but may be worth it (check your email settings too)

    Or...

    2) restore device and Setup as New iPhone (No Backup)
    i suggest doing this and using your device for a little bit before loading a backup back onto the device so you can rule out some sort of wonky backup. you may want to just set it up fresh anyways

    FYI: i Setup as New when the GM was released and had 0 issues with battery performance (iPhone 4S)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heckler View Post
    My iP4S holds charge like a sieve holds water. I've gone thru and turned off everything to try and save battery power but it just dies super quick. Did the reboot, reloaded the software but I've had to charge it three times today and normally it needs to hit the charger 2/3 of the way thru the day.

    Actually never have been impressed with the batt life of this compared to my BB 9650 but since 90% of the rest of the phone was amazing, I looked past it...getting depressed
    I agree with blink, although I hate setting up as new. I was having same issues as you and that fixed them. It's a pain if you have a lot of apps. Make sure to save all pix and messages to your computer first. Good luck!!!
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    Seems to be holding up well for me. I need to be good about doing a full cycle once a month with this phone I was terrible with that with my 4.
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    Just an update cannot complain, what I suggest is that anyone having an issue do a complete restore (I know it SUCKS!) but whenever there is an update I just make sure my contacts and pics are backed up and don't care about anything else and restore back to factory to avoid any bugs. I originally backed up from iOS 5.1.1 and update to 6.0 and accidentally restored and battery seemed to drain fast so I immediately went back and did a fresh install and it has been PERFECTLY fine.

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    darkmx2000 i am very envious of your battery performance. wow!
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    Man, I really don't want to restore as a completely new phone, especially because I don't even know if that is going to fix all my woes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bazza1 View Post
    IOS 6, OTA install, iPhone 4:

    Battery life seems to have plummeted at about the speed of Facebook stock. My settings are the same for before the 'upgrade' (and this includes disabling some of the new 'features' - like Passbook and its location service), but I can literally watch the percentage drop as I'm messing about on the device. A little over 12 hours - mostly on standby - and it was at 10%. This was not an issue for the OS 5 upgrade on this phone.

    That said, battery life concerns seem to be constant with any initial Apple OS upgrade - be it iOS or OS X - and I'm not sure why Apple hasn't resolved that yet. It always seems to have to be fixed in a patch (sorry, Apple - 'update') later.

    Meanwhile, my iPad 2? Also an OTA upgrade but battery life seems fine. Meter barely budges.
    My story is almost about the same. Phone is getting extremely TERRIBLE battery usage. Like, less than 3 hours, terrible. On my iPad 2 on the other hand, no issues at all
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    Quote Originally Posted by meskin84 View Post
    Man, I really don't want to restore as a completely new phone, especially because I don't even know if that is going to fix all my woes
    i say do it and see what happens. you can always load your latest backup anytime
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    Good or no?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BLiNK View Post
    i say do it and see what happens. you can always load your latest backup anytime
    WOW, I did not even think about that...good call...I'm an *****...
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    I saw that someone said they were able to restore as new phone but keep all gamesaves, how is that possible?
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    This whole 'do a backup, then restore, set up as a new phone and then restore the backup' lark - ideally while connected to your computer - rather defeats the promise offered in iOS 5 that the device is now a stand-alone product, able to seamlessly update, upgrade and operate via OTA installs and the iCloud.
    Apple is (mostly) fine as a hardware provider, but wow, their software - be it built-in to the iOS as half-baked (see Siri, Maps, Mail, et al) or it's implementation (like getting it to users in a form that doesn't break things) is terrible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bazza1 View Post
    This whole 'do a backup, then restore, set up as a new phone and then restore the backup' lark - ideally while connected to your computer - rather defeats the promise offered in iOS 5 that the device is now a stand-alone product, able to seamlessly update, upgrade and operate via OTA installs and the iCloud.
    Apple is (mostly) fine as a hardware provider, but wow, their software - be it built-in to the iOS as half-baked (see Siri, Maps, Mail, et al) or it's implementation (like getting it to users in a form that doesn't break things) is terrible.
    Well, I actually did completely reset my entire phone, but when I set it up instead of setting it up as a 'New Phone" I restored from back-up. That is what many users are saying is my problem. It could be, I just didn't want to go through all that, probably will through, because 3hrs of usage is completely ridiculous
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    Yeah today was the first full test of the battery and well I can tell its some improvement from 5.1


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    Quote Originally Posted by BLiNK View Post
    pretty damn good so far!
    Idk my friend sayed it sucks after the update but it seems ok to me. I thought it was kinda bad at first but I think it was because I was playing with the new maps and Siri lol.
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