Apple Admits Software Bugs Hurting Battery Life in iPhone

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    This is a copy of the latest news.

    Apple issued a statement about customer complaints of poor battery life with the new iPhone 4S and iOS 5:
    A small number of customers have reported lower than expected battery life on iOS 5 devices. We have found a few bugs that are affecting battery life and we will release a software update to address those in a few weeks.”
    There have been a litany of complaints about iPhone 4S and iOS 5 battery life ever since their release last month. A number of solutions have been proposed by the community for this problem, including turning off Time Zone detection, Bluetooth and others.

    Apple has already seeded developers with a 5.0.1 beta that is said to address the issue.

    To our brand new users whom may not understand what this means the following should help A updated version is now being tested by developers and once they verify that the issue is fixed an upgrade will be made available to all users "over the air " via wif.

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