Re: iOS 5 Available Now
Originally Posted by mojoman0
still think it all stems from the instant on wifi introduced in ios4. it may my 2g touch die fast, got the 4g when it came out but still drains fast, but my god scrabble is a battery sucker
iOS 3.1.3 had the best battery management, last 2 weeks on my old ipod touch 3G. Same thing went with iOS 4.0 on my currrent ipod touch 4G but I noticed the battery drained faster when upgraded to iOS 4.2 and Apple never fixed the issues since 4.2. I think the possible cause is Apple changed something with multitasking in iOS 4.2.
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