Mr. P, 24 Sep 2015After updating to IOS 9, battery getting discharged fastly, not even giving 8 hours of backupThis is not an Ios 9 issue, must be some apps. (Bloat app or some you have installed?).
When my Iphone 6- is rather idle, it is still at 90% after 48 hours of stand by and one hour of activity...
Try to use the moved "Battery" under "Settings" to find the culprit.
As an example I have a Danish national broadcasting TV app, that can kill the battery pretty fast when it is supposed to do nothing, unless I explicitly kill it after usage.
Another culprit can be very poor signal. One reason can be of the closest masts of your carrier are overloaded, so you are pushed to a mast long away giving a weak signal.
iPhone 5S worked faster IMHO on iOS 8 :/ Hope they will fix it, because Im wondering about Z3c or Z5c device.
i could have fun with this, first off why wouldnt the beta test be able to find all these bugs , if it was actually a good beta test. which speaks volumes in the opposite direction that they had to release a fix this soon after release. After all unlike android with tons of different manufacturers and tons of different hardware specs. so it is left to the phone producer to customize an update towards there specific phone. iphone has the exact same hardware exact same os, exact same pretty much everything across the board. so there really is no excuse for releasing a finalized os with bugs needing fixed this fast.
also how does this help the large amount of people who got swipe stuck? they cant download the update if the fix which even apple itself admitted wont fix everyones problem on the swipe update lock. what about them . there still waiting to even be able to use there phone.
After updating to IOS 9, battery getting discharged fastly, not even giving 8 hours of backup
Eske Rahn, 24 Sep 2015To all the comments of the roll out speed of updates for Ios versus others.
Several years a... moreFound the link, it was late 2011 not 2012 - sorry.
To all the comments of the roll out speed of updates for Ios versus others.
Several years ago (late 2012 if I remember right), Sony published an explanation on why the update route is so long. It is NOT (as most people think) the development phase that delays things.
The major problem is that they are bound to get all their updates approved by local broadcasting authorities as well as each and every network provider where it will operate. And this can take months and months.
How aPple have been able to make arrangements so they can just push out their software I do not know, but that makes ALL the difference in the timing.
That other software for some network providers have to be infected with their proprietary bloatware further delays the process even more, as they might be unwilling to approve both the plain vanilla version and other proprietary bloated versions other vendors might use, before their own bloated version is ready, as they -naturally- prefer that they can offer 'their' customers the new version no later than the competitors. (catch 22...)
my new iphone 6 was working fine with ios9 and just 3-4 hours back i updated to 9.0.1 and it lags here and there :(
Thank you for listening Apple. I hope this update will run the OS smoother. (I'm just really having some issues with iOS9.0)
Anonymous, 24 Sep 2015What sucks is that Apple tries out its software on the consumer first,not researchers.
Isnt t... moreAndroid does the same. The difference is they pretend there is nothing wrong with the new updates, thus less then 60% of all android user are using the "latest" android.
keep in mind despite complaints about ios9...... all in all...... its a smooth roll out.
dexterouz, 24 Sep 2015I love the fact that Android users are so much open. If any Android mobile manufacturer has so... morenope.
Whenever Android phones make the huge upgrade, many problems, first off, not all phones are eligible for the upgrade right away, second after the upgrade, their are problems that don't get resolved.
At least they released a patch in less then a week. My friend updated his android device to lollipop and its screwed up his camera. since then no new updates.
greencyborg, 24 Sep 2015another doze of iFartilizer inside the 'beautiful walled' garden OS teeming with bugs! ow did ... moreTbh, when Steve Jobs was still running Apple was a decent company, now however they seem like a joke now...
AnonD-417465, 24 Sep 2015They have not fixed the Apple hack http://youtu.be/J-pFCXEqB7AProven to be a hoax. The one who postec the video used the fingerprint scanner to unlock the phone. So much for being a hack. Lol
I love the fact that Android users are so much open. If any Android mobile manufacturer has some software issues they express the dissatisfaction openly unlike the majority of iOS users, not all but majority.
JD, 24 Sep 2015This is why i like iOS so much... None of the Mobile OS's is perfect yet only Apple can delive... moreYeah ur right....over here they will bash iphone and ios and on their android phone pages they will ask android to update their just months old flagships to latest android....and still no oem provide update to thr flagships like apple do........
some of the bugs...
greencyborg, 24 Sep 2015another doze of iFartilizer inside the 'beautiful walled' garden OS teeming with bugs! ow did ... moreEnvy and jealousy will kill you slowly by slowly... where on eart can u find a cmpany who releases and OS and fix it rightaway of there is something wrong?
Bitterness is something that u can get rid off... live ur life to the fullest.. dnt spiol ur life with bitterness, envy, jealousy etc.. you dnt have a peace in ur mind and in ur heart if u embrace negativity...
Anonymous, 24 Sep 2015What sucks is that Apple tries out its software on the consumer first,not researchers. Isnt t... moreDon't u know that before IOS9 is out to the public there is a betta version for testing? Don't you know that? Ah of course not cause you dnt have iPhone..
another doze of iFartilizer inside the 'beautiful walled' garden OS teeming with bugs! ow did i mention that in the middle of the garden is Jobs' grave?
What sucks is that Apple tries out its software on the consumer first,not researchers.
Isnt that backwards??