Alternately, it’s possible that a combination of webpage specific code, iOS 7 changes, or a WiFi bug have combined to keep part of the chip from dropping into sleep mode. If the WiFi radio is sitting open constantly, or a CPU core is spun up and looping rather than falling back to sleep after the page load, it would explain why the chip is blowing through its battery life in dramatic fashion. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to tell where the issue actually lies, and whether or not the Ars results are an odd anomaly or an indication of what Verizon iPhone 5 owners (or all iPhone 5 owners) can expect.
Issues like this, for the record, are why I personally don’t update my phone when Apple releases a new operating system. I got burned with iOS 4 and the Apple 3G — after the update, my phone was far slower, even when performing simple tasks like launching applications immediately after a reboot. Even resets and full installations didn’t help the problem. Each of Apple’s last few iOS launches has had issues of varying degrees, so it’s not surprising that we might see some problems here, as well.
Rather than declaring one side “right” versus wrong, I’d suggest a bit of practical caution. It’s obvious that in some cases, iOS 7 is hitting iPhone 5 battery life hard. Whether that reflects a software bug, corner case, or carrier oddity, it’s something that could make the upgrade experience less fun for someone who grabs the newest version without checking first. As always, your mileage may vary.
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