Forum Question: How Do I Stop Battery Drain?

Ever since I upgraded to iOS5 my iPhone & iPod have been drain the batterie twice as fast as it did before> I took of all my push notifications & it still drains Any help would be great
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John Repash

Comments: 3 Responses to “How Do I Stop Battery Drain?”

    10/27/11 @ 1:33 pm

    Push notifications probably aren’t the issue. Perhaps you are using an app that uses GPS a lot? Or maybe you have the screen set to sleep after a longer period of time than before. It is hard to guess at what may be wrong without seeing it.

    Anthony
    10/27/11 @ 2:14 pm

    Gps apps will suck a battery dry in hours, but amy app that “uses your location” activates the GPS. Most turn it off after getting a fix, but if you see the little arrow at the top right of the screen, your GPS is on.

    Michael A.
    10/27/11 @ 3:07 pm

    Chris Breen wrote a helpful article about troubleshooting battery issues with his new iPhone 4S.

    http://www.macworld.com/article/163200/2011/10/troubleshoot_iphone4s_battery.html

    Two things I learned from the article were how to view crash reports on the phone and how to monitor CPU usage with the System Activity Monitor app. http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/system-activity-monitor/id306192663?mt=8

    Ultimately he reset his phone and he thinks maybe a corrupt contacts database was to blame. I had some iCloud and voicemail issues that were fixed when I reset my iPhone 4S and refrained from restoring the backup from my iPhone 3GS. It was a pain organizing all my home screens and reconfigurng apps but it helped.

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