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Six secret features buried in iOS 8 to help you get more from the operating system keep you safe, and help you get more from your battery.
While its easy to see how wi-fi, Bluetooth and screen brightness to rival a supernova can stress the iPhone or iPad's battery, there are hidden battery destroyers present on all iOS devices – apps.
Along with a raft of bug fixes and general improvements, Apple's iOS 7.1.1 also seems to bring with it better battery life for the iPhone.
Does it feel like your battery life has taken a hit after you installed the iOS 7.1 update onto your iPhone or iPad? If it does you're not alone. However, before you resign yourself to having to have your iDevice permanently hooked up to a power source, here are some things you can try.
Users have taken to Twitter and forums to complain that Apple's latest iPhone and iPad software update, iOS 7.1, is draining their device's battery faster than it should be.
Fingers are pointing at Windows 8.1 as tests show that both the Surface Pro 2 and Surface 2 tablets trail behind OS X, iOS and Android devices when it comes to battery life.
We employ a battery of tests to evaluate how HTC's latest high-end smartphone stacks up to its Android competition, and also to Apple's current iOS devices.
An update to the most recent version of the Apple's mobile operating system, iOS 6.1.3, has left some users complaining that it is draining their battery excessively.
While I do believe that Apple's iOS needs a facelift, I don't think that the Android approach of allowing CPU and battery-sucking widgets and live wallpapers is the way to go.
The recent iOS 6.0.2 update may have a additional "feature" that users neither expect, nor will welcome: a steady loss of battery power.
Have you updated your iPhone or iPad to iOS 6? Do you feel that you're not getting the same battery life that you were? Here are ten tips to help you bring battery consumption under control and get more work time between recharges.
Carat has been developed by a team of scientists from the UC Berkeley electrical engineering and computer science department's Algorithms, Machines, and People Laboratory (AMP Lab).
Everyone wishes they could get more out of the battery built into their iPhone or iPad. Apple has set up the operating system with convenience in mind, and some of these settings don't necessarily give the best battery life possible. Fortunately, there’s a lot you can do to help you squeeze more out of each charge. Let’s take a look at a few things you can do.
Right now, things look promising.
However, bear in mind that this is a beta.
Apple is still working to fix an issue that causes excessive battery drain for some people using iOS 5 on their mobile devices, despite the company issuing an update to remedy the situation on Thursday."Upgraded to 5.
Apple's iOS 5.0.1 did not fix battery drain update but made it worse, according to customers who took to company's message boards to air grievances. Cupertino says it continues to "investigate more issues".
'Batterygate' continues, even after the battery fix update of iOS 5.0.1 last week. But Apple cannot stand idly by as its users struggle with draining battery life. Or can it?
iOS 5.0.1 released to mixed response...
This battery problem for iOS 5 devices is still an ongoing issue.
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