I upgraded to iOS 5.1.1 last week this has been the only changes on my iPhone 4 other then normal app updates... Last light I pluged in my device for charge as is normal. Today I woke up and the device indicated that it didn't charge and is showing that I have about 35% of the charge remanding. Pluged in the device to another charger / cord and while the battery charging icon shows that it was charging but after 2hrs I still only had 35%.
Friday was the first time i knowest any issue with my battery charge and I'm pretty sure my iPad 2 showing a greater then normal battery drain
This seems to be a little different issue then others have reported. Anyone else having this problem? FYI I've trieda hard reset.
Just an update…
IT IS AN ISSUE WITH 5.1.1!!
I took my iPhone into my local non-Apple fixit place on 23rd street…
The tech I spoke with, I have worked with in the past and have a good relationship, indicated they had received an in ordainment number of devices with battery issues since 5.1.1 was released.
He had 3 iPhone4 open, 1 was running 5.1. I asked him to put my battery in the device to see if it would charge and YES IT DID CHARGE PROPERLY!!!
I went ahead and replaced the battery on mine, after all it was a 2 year old battery, and all is working perfectly… after a full charge I unplugged from wall and after 14 hrs. with miner usage my battery has only drained to 85%
So the good news is that the fixe was to just replace the battery but %&^ Apple. My belief is that they are fully aware of the issue and did it in order to sell more iPhones.
This is just like the issue with my iPad… I have an iPad 2 and a MacBook Pro so I should have no problem charging the iPad directly from the USB port. However if I plug it in while the MacBook is running OSX the iPad charges perfectly… However if I plug it in while Windows 7 is running (It is the only OS on my internal Hard Drive) the iPad will not charge.
I would love to know if anyone else can duplicate the results to confirm what I saw yesterday!!!