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  • malanaice Level 1 Level 1

    I tried the same thing and its a bit better now.I disabled 80% of all notifictions and put off a lot of other thingsI completely drained out the battery and will charge it to 100% and see if that helps.

  • krotik Level 1 Level 1

    same here. Never had this problem before - it appeared with 6.1.3 update. : -(

  • krotik Level 1 Level 1

    turning off all notifications and apps - it's definitelly not the way to solve the problem.You can save some % of your battery usage but ut will not help in general. The drain remains.  

  • corbad Level 1 Level 1

    I wonder why there are no representatives of Apple? Why keep silent?
    When will soon be corrected firmware 6.1.2 or turn sign for rollback.

  • roma0803 Level 1 Level 1

    Same issue here. Can't make it through a normal day anymore with one battery load.

  • corbad Level 1 Level 1

    Sorry *6.1.4 or 6.1.3a,b,c,d,e....corrected

  • t.blumenthal Level 1 Level 1

    Same problem with 3 iPhone 5 in our company. The only not updated iPhone has still better Battery usage ....


    Impossible to get a working day managed without charging ... was so never before.

  • pbrekel Level 1 Level 1

    Same problem here....very annoying. am experiencing it both on a iphone 4 and 5 after installing 6.1.3. Have tried to kill apps, push mail and restart but nothing seems to help.

  • krotik Level 1 Level 1

    Apple where are you? Keeping silent is not a policy for such a brand.  : (

  • ILSMEDIC Level 1 Level 1

    Ive also had the same prob ever since updating tp 6.1.3 ive never before had any problems with updates i have a  Iphone 4s its frusterating because i cant use the phone for my business anymore because the battery is just running out of power . It was perfectly fine till i updated!!!  

  • chamberscreek Level 1 Level 1

    I have the same 6.1.2/3 battery drain issue, and I have done everything, including a full factory reset, and still have the problem.  The other night, I charged my iPhone fully before going to bed, killed all open apps -- and when I woke up my phone was at 22%.  I have no push e-mail, no reminders set, etc.


    My issues first started with the Exchange bug, but when I did the workaround (don't respond to meeting requests), my battery usage went back to normal.  With 6.1.2 and 6.1.3 (the Exchange "fix"), my battery usage is now consistently bad.


    It's possible that my battery just decided to go bad, the day that 6.1.2 came out -- just not the most likely explanation...

  • Lawrence Finch Level 8 Level 8
    Mac OS X

    Make a backup of the phone. Restore the phone as New. Do not add any apps. Do not create any email accounts. Do not sync the phone. Charge to 100%. Watch the battery life. If it drops at a significant rate (more than 1% per hour) with nothing installed you most likely have a hardware problem. If this resolves the battery drain restore the phone from your backup, and test again. If the battery problem returns you have corrupt data in your backup.

  • Tim_I Level 1 Level 1

    i read that there is no way to downgrade to 6.1.2  can anyone confirm this?  i downloaded 6.1.2 for my cdma iphon4, but itunes will not install it.

  • pdroth Level 5 Level 5

    You can't downgrade to 6.1.2.

  • maverickiii Level 1 Level 1

    iphone 4s won't charge after updated to ios 6.1.3

    Different adapters and usbs have been tried, and now power has been drained.

    Apple support says there is nothing they can do about it, and they surggested me to pay 199 for a new iphone.

    Is there anybody having the same problem?

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