After the release of highly anticipated iOS 7.1 updates, users face a lot of trouble from the battery side after an update. Especially since Apple was last November issued a total of five iOS 7.1 betas to developers, before finally releasing the update on March 10, 2014.
While according to reports from the iOS 7.1 update may solve the really most of the problems with iOS 7.0 (and improvements brought ID touch, improvements Siri, settings and user interface, among other features). But iOS 7.1 also seems to be bought along their own battery failure gate.
Apple fan site, 9to5mac.com reports that users discuss the new update to the Apple forums and Twitter is complaining about the issue of exchange of the battery. It goes so far as to say that running a clean install of iOS through iTunes can help solve this problem.
The 7.1 update of iOS, still though not a great importance. It has been planned for several months. Update introduced a small change, but the important work for making iOS devices feel as if they have improved rapidly. Not so much on the iPhone 5 and later versions, but users of the iPhone 4 and 4S become slow once they are raised to iOS 7.0 reported. It seems even this problem has been mitigated by the iOS 7.1 update.
The vast majority of users never reported about significant gains or losses of battery life. The problem certainly does not seem as important as the issue of battery gate that plagued the launch of the iPhone 4S of 2011.
It is expected that iOS 8 to be teased at Apple’s WWDC event later this year, and launched shortly thereafter. Reports indicate that the program comes with Text Edit and Preview applications and integration iCloud….