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IOS6 battery life drain adding to your woes? This might help…

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Since I’ve been using IOS6 I’m not that bothered about apps like Maps Apple will fix them and in a few months time they will have fixed it and it will be just like the antenna issue a few yeas ago. apple make mistakes they are a software company with shareholders and that’s a lethal combination. What does irk me however is every major IOS update on the iPad seems to bring worse battery life. This is no exception. I’m getting about 5hrs usage and 10hrs standby on the same device I watched videos on the flight to the US just after I got it..

The usual suspects are location based services, notifications and I’ve played with them all to little avail. Then using NEWS360 this snippet of information about ad tracking and traffic services popped up. I have only just set them but I think it is information worth sharing

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