Apple plans to issue iOS 5.0.2 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch very soon to address battery life issues, a report claims.
Lots of Android users say apps such as Advanced Task Killer help save a phone's battery life. Others are convinced that task killers use more juice than they save. The PCWorld Labs investigated.
The wait may be long but the promised payoff is good: Week-long phone battery life and 15-minute recharge times.
Some iOS users say last week's iOS 5.0.1 update hasn't fixed the battery life issues that it was supposed to remedy.
Tired of watching your phone die when you need it the most? Here's a collection of tips and tricks for wringing a little extra juice from your Android, iOS, or Windows Phone 7 smartphone's battery.
Apple is facing new gripes that its iOS 5.0.1 update is causing more problems with the iPhone 4S including: microphone failures, Wi-Fi signal loss, and cellular network reception issues, according to reports.