How to fix battery issues after upgrading to iOS 5.1.1

iPhone | Saturday May 12 2012 9:23 AM | Comments (0) Tags: , , ,

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After Apple ‘s iOS 5.1.1 update was released last week, several users began reporting that their iOS devices had taken a significant battery life hit.

While the issues are not common to most users, it appears as though some iPhone and iPad owners found that the battery life they had come to expect was not apparent after updating to iOS 5.1.1 using Apple ‘s over-the-air updating.

If you find your device is not getting the battery life it once was, a few troubleshooting tips provided by Apple Support Communities user sbaily4 could be of help.

First, be sure you have a good backup of your iPhone or iPad. Plug your device into your Mac or PC, open iTunes, and sync it.

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How to fix battery issues after upgrading to iOS 5.1.1

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