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TejanoGris Level 1 (0 points)

Am I the only person who downloaded 5.0.1 and received a brand new timer in the upper right hand corner of my device? It went down two percent just while typing this.

iPhone 4, Windows XP
  • TejanoGris Level 1 (0 points)

    It says windows XP, but I'm using Snow Leopard.

  • ryanfromsicklerville Level 1 (0 points)

    I just updated my iPhone 4s to iOS 5.0.1. And my battery life is worse. I cant believe this. This is ridiculous. Come on apple why can't you get this right.

  • paul duncan Level 1 (0 points)

    Hideous! This update did nothing! Back to the drawing boards Apple, this is not acceptable! I am still going to have to carry a USB cable and adapter around with me! RIDICULOUS! Did you not TEST this firmware update?

  • Riomeansriver Level 1 (0 points)

    Same here i updated it thinking that it was going to help with the battery life and it is worse than it was before!!!!!!

  • tomasfrombrno Level 1 (0 points)

    It is worse than before + SIM is considered "not SIM" and I cannot even call with the phone. It drops the signal when trying 1 of 3 calls!!

  • Qiji Level 1 (0 points)

    I updated it to 5.0.1 last night, and this morning had a test after 100% battery charged. But what I saw was the battery problem wasn't solved, and it was even worse. I was on Safari and Settings for 20 mins, battery drops 14%. This was worse than 5.0 when I was using Battery Doctor Pro supporting my 4s. I haven't used restoring after the update, but I will try to see if it will solve the problem. But at the moment, 5.0.1 is so disappointing.

  • ogtw Level 1 (0 points)

    I updated to 5.0.1 last night.


    On 5.0, I could get 14hrs standby, 7-8 hrs use.


    Today, I got 7hrs standby, 3 hrs use and its dead.


    going on twitter with 3G for 5 mins took the battery from 4% down to dead.


    I wish I didnt update.

  • decaharms Level 1 (0 points)

    iOS 5.01 = FAIL


    Looking forward to iOS 5.02.

  • michaelb1234 Level 1 (10 points)

    Definately made my battery life worst.


  • a.cruz Level 1 (0 points)

    It was really bad before but after upgrading, it made it worse. They need to fix this ASAP

  • Stefan@work Level 1 (0 points)

    Same for me.


    iOS5.0 8-10% drain per hour, iOS 5.0.1 10% per hour.

    Apple a solution please!!


    no benefit with the new 4S, when i can not use it

  • frank154 Level 1 (0 points)

    I had acceptable battery life in iOS 5.0. Now I have the bad battery life that many were complaining about. What a great fix from Apple, now it's bad battery life for all users. I'll give iOS 5.0.2 a try but if that doesn't work this is the last iPhone i bought.

  • bozhed Level 1 (0 points)

    Sigh...5.0.1 didn't work for me either....getting much worse battery performance.  At this rate I will be charging it 3x a day.....

  • Klaus.k Level 1 (0 points)

    Same here guys....

    Updated yesterday, re-booted my phone and finished up the day. I fully charged it over night and started to use it this morning. Made a few phone calls and received around 15 emails, battery dropped 10% in the first hour. Then, I did not use the phone and it dropped 15% in the next 60 minutes. So after 3 hours (2 hours standby and 1 hour of usage) I lost 30% battery.

    I have no skype app running, have my email on push (as they should be and were on my iPhone 4) and have notifications turned on for the apps that I need. i also have setting time zone turned on because I travel and I do not want to change this manually every time. That's what it's for, right?

    So in my opinion the update did not really help me and I already got 2 replacement phones from Apple since I bought the 4S.


    This really needs to be addressed. 

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