After its recent release, problems with the iOS 6.0.2 may have appeared, as the iPhone 5 and iPad mini are losing their battery life.

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iPhone 5, iPad mini battery drain issues caused by iOS 6.0.2

by Nicole
December 20, 2012 at 4:51 pm

After its recent release, problems with the iOS 6.0.2 may have appeared, as the iPhone 5 and iPad mini are losing their battery life.

Credit: Apple

Available only on the iPhone 5 and the iPad mini, the update promises to help solve problems with the Wi-Fi, following complaints from users denouncing the loss of connection and poor signal quality.

However, this new version seems to have a significant impact on battery autonomy.

According to TidBIT’s Michael Cohen and Adam C. Engst, this reduced battery life could be directly related to the Wi-Fi management which consumes more energy than before.

Source: TidBITS Via ArsTechnica

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