iOS 9.3.5 Now Available

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Battery life is extremely subjective and I wouldn't base my decisions on comments from a couple people in a forum.

How often are they using their phone?
What brightness is the screen set to?
How often are they on WiFi?
How often are they using cellular data?
How strong is their signal?
How many apps are syncing in the background?
How many notifications do they get on a daily basis?
How many email accounts are set up on the device? How often are they set to fetch data?
How worn is the battery?
Is the ambient temperature extremely hot or cold?
 

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I'm a battery Nazi (push e-mail turned off, minimal notifications, screen brightness turned down, background app refresh off, etc.) and I used to reliably get 10-12 hours out of my iPhone 6+, which I've had for about 18 months. Ever since iOS 9.3.4 hit my phone, my battery life is ABYSMAL.

I'm not a fan, and would absolutely downgrade to 9.3.3 if there were an easy way to do so.
 

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iOS 9.3.4 Now Available

I'm a battery Nazi (push e-mail turned off, minimal notifications, screen brightness turned down, background app refresh off, etc.) and I used to reliably get 10-12 hours out of my iPhone 6+, which I've had for about 18 months. Ever since iOS 9.3.4 hit my phone, my battery life is ABYSMAL.

I'm not a fan, and would absolutely downgrade to 9.3.3 if there were an easy way to do so.



What does the word abysmal mean?
 

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I'm a battery Nazi (push e-mail turned off, minimal notifications, screen brightness turned down, background app refresh off, etc.) and I used to reliably get 10-12 hours out of my iPhone 6+, which I've had for about 18 months. Ever since iOS 9.3.4 hit my phone, my battery life is ABYSMAL.

I'm not a fan, and would absolutely downgrade to 9.3.3 if there were an easy way to do so.

Try to update through iTunes.
 

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I'm a battery Nazi (push e-mail turned off, minimal notifications, screen brightness turned down, background app refresh off, etc.) and I used to reliably get 10-12 hours out of my iPhone 6+, which I've had for about 18 months. Ever since iOS 9.3.4 hit my phone, my battery life is ABYSMAL.

I'm not a fan, and would absolutely downgrade to 9.3.3 if there were an easy way to do so.

So you hate the battery life and have basically everything turned off cos you're obsessed with battery life.

Why don't you go back to a Nokia 3210 and all your troubles are over.
 

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I'm a battery Nazi (push e-mail turned off, minimal notifications, screen brightness turned down, background app refresh off, etc.) and I used to reliably get 10-12 hours out of my iPhone 6+, which I've had for about 18 months. Ever since iOS 9.3.4 hit my phone, my battery life is ABYSMAL.

I'm not a fan, and would absolutely downgrade to 9.3.3 if there were an easy way to do so.

Why not just carry a power bank?
 

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9.3.5 update fixes a bug utilized by security companies (like the Israel-based company that used it to hack a journalist in UAE). It is sold to governments and spy agencies to tract terrorists (and human rights activists in some cases). So if you are not a high - profile person you don't have to worry about it, specially if you are jailbroken.
 

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9.3.5 update fixes a bug utilized by security companies (like the Israel-based company that used it to hack a journalist in UAE). It is sold to governments and spy agencies to tract terrorists (and human rights activists in some cases). So if you are not a high - profile person you don't have to worry about it, specially if you are jailbroken.

Here's an in-depth article from iMore:

Apple has patched the Pegasus malware, but here's what you need to know | iMore
 

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what bluetooth issues? I downloaded 9.3.5 and since then when trying to make a call either on my B/T head set or my car's B/T the call is EXTREMELY choppy, but when I switch to phone or speaker, its fine. Any one else having this issue? Oh and playing music through B/T seems to be working alright
 

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