Currently Being ModeratedFeb 10, 2014 8:18 AM (in response to oin)
I have been having the same battery life and iPhone warming up issue and I have not been able to find any iOS 7.1 update option to see if that fixes the problem
Still waiting for a fix!
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 13, 2014 9:45 PM (in response to mcgastelum11)
I was having same issues. I thought it had to do with the update. Finally went to Apple store and turned out my battery was bad. I replaced my battery and back to running like new. I have noticed in many of the iPhones I repair the batteries are not affixed as they should be which allows them to bounce around. I tend to wonder if movement in the case is having an effect on the ribbon cable or battery. Apple should call the boys in china and tell them to get it right. I have repaired some that the battery just falls out no adhesive at all.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 14, 2014 3:02 PM (in response to tbkonwso)
GUYS I HAVE THE FIX . ITS SIMPLES.
IPHONE 5 ios7
] I do this with 50% batery on my iphone [
0.Unplug energy cable
1. Close all of my apps (using the app switcher; double tap home, press and hold an icon, click the red close button);
2.Settings > General > Reseet > Reset All Settings. (Does NOT delete apps or any data; just resets network/iOS settings);
3. Wait for phone to restart;
4.Plug the charge cable on your iphone ***CHARGE WITH ENERGY****DO NOT CHARGE ON YOUR MAC/PC***
5. Charge it up to 100% ; leave the phone charging energy in another hour ;
5.1 Unplug ;
I had the same problem, I was thinking of selling my iphone... i do this yesterday and works fine until now.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 5, 2014 1:42 PM (in response to tbkonwso)
i have also been struggling with this problem myself. My battery on Iphone 5 only lasts 4-5 hours on standby. After changing out the battery twice, i finally took it to a repair shop and they said they could not fix it. Told me it was not the battery and was most likely the motherboard. I think all our problems with the battery can be traced back to an internal problem, and has nothing to do with turning off notification or any other the other suggestions here. We really need to be looking at an internal issue.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 7, 2014 10:20 AM (in response to tbkonwso)
I've had my iPhone 5 about 4 months and the bloody battery won't last the entire day. I hardly even make any calls with it. What's the use of adding all these "awesome" features if I have to disable them all in order to keep the battery from draining?
Can someone get Jony Ive on the line, I'd like to have a word or two.