Have you been experiencing battery issues after upgrading to iOS 5.1.1? Have you been able to figure out how to fix the battery life problems? A few days ago, Apple introduced its recent version of the iOS 5.1.1 for its iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch users.
As per the release notes of iOS 5.1 introduced back in March, it aimed at addressing the bugs which affect the battery life, but it didn’t help. People had expectations with iOS 5.1.1, but the release notes contained no mention of addressing the bugs that affect battery life.
If you check the official blog then it shows no further updates except that the company is trying to improve and fix the bugs. Even after upgrading to iOS 5.1.1, several users have reported that their devices had a problem with the battery life. Some reported that the problems occurred only after upgrading.
Although Apple acknowledged that it might not have been successful in fixing all the bugs which have adversely affected the battery life, but it will do so in the future with updates in iOS software.
Poor battery life is a common issue among users who have updated to iOS 5.1.1 through OTA updates. It is recommended that you perform a quick manual backup through iTunes and iCloud.
Tips to improve battery life after upgrading to iOS 5.1.1:
- Click on ‘Settings’, select the ‘General’ option, now choose the ‘Reset’ tap, and then the ‘Reset All Settings’.
- If you have set a passcode then enter it here, and then select ‘Reset’ to confirm the changes.
- Now reboot the device and set it up by entering all the personal data as required.
- Provide full 100% charge to the battery.
This should help in improving the battery life for your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and also the new iPad. If you have any suggestions or different experiences with the battery life, please feel free to share.