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    iOS 8 is here for iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches, and iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are available now for everyone, and while they provide more features and functionality than ever before, updating to new software and upgrading to new phones can often have an impact on battery life. Whether it's from a restore gone bad or new features overloaded for the first time, some people don't aren't getting the same charge out of their new iOS install or iPhone purchase as they used. But worry not! Almost all battery life problems are easy to identify and fix. You just need to know what to look for and what to do!

    Note: iOS updates or restores can use a lot of power at first. Whether it's reindexing content, re-dowloading a ton of apps or media, or otherwise getting everything set up and ready, your Wi-Fi might be spinning and your processor might be churning for hours if not a day or two. If iOS is still restoring, you'll see a bit of text on the Lock screen telling you just that. Give it some time and let it finish. If not, proceed on to the tips!

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    09-19-2014 08:22 PM

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