jimbean9

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The back is getting really hot with general use, Anyone else have this?
 

iapplelove

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Nov 22, 2011
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I didn't update the iOS in my phone mainly because it was a 4 but my ipad3 gets no warmer running iOS 6. From my knowledge iPhones getting warmer after the update isn't common at all
 

misterquin

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Jun 30, 2010
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Only had it for a day or so, but I definitely didn't notice that. Sounds like you need to restore.
 

Dodongo

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Jun 16, 2012
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My iPhone has become quite hot since I updated to iOS 6 as well :S
Not sure whether to go through the hassle of restoring or just ignore it.
 

Tmelon

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Every once in a while my 4S gets a bit hotter than usual, but it's not often so I'm not too worried.
 

kiwiboi87

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Aug 30, 2011
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I'm on a 4, and haven't had any heat issues
and my partner has been using their old 4, just testing it without risking their 4s, and they haven't had any heat issues
 

Dodongo

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Jun 16, 2012
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It's stopped suddenly :/ I think it happening intermittently. Maybe reboot every time it happens
 

Dodongo

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Jun 16, 2012
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I thought you always had to clean install with betas :S Although I did hear about some way of updating it without an developer account. Which I do so I did it through restore
 

rosswell

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Jun 18, 2012
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Yes, very hot and poor battery life

I upgraded, not clean install, via the Developer program. 6 mo. old 4S.

Battery life was very bad even if only 3 apps running, and I turned off Locations services and Notifications and all that I could turn off.

Maps was very cool and I liked the OS in general, but YES the phone got hot in my hand and ate battery life like never before.

I am going back to 5.1.1 now.

They better figure that out, I supposed the phone is running a lot of stuff that has to do with beta, and will be turned off later.

:confused:
 

aarmstrong27

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Jun 20, 2012
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Hot and Dead!

My 4 (not S) is getting blazing hot and seeing drastic battery drain. 100% @ 8AM and 32% at 11AM with minimal usage. :confused:
 

tasandkrs

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Feb 24, 2008
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I upgraded, not clean install, via the Developer program. 6 mo. old 4S.

Battery life was very bad even if only 3 apps running, and I turned off Locations services and Notifications and all that I could turn off.

Maps was very cool and I liked the OS in general, but YES the phone got hot in my hand and ate battery life like never before.

I am going back to 5.1.1 now.

They better figure that out, I supposed the phone is running a lot of stuff that has to do with beta, and will be turned off later.

:confused:

The only thing that solved the problem for me was disabling iCloud.
 

dmanthony

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Nov 6, 2011
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The back is getting really hot with general use, Anyone else have this?

Using GPS while on iOS 6, my phone gets almost too hot to touch. I also can't charge it enough while driving either to keep the battery full. My phone cruelly died while being plugged in when diving with GPS (Waze) running.

Also, I am lucky to get even 6 hours to a charge now.
 

Ganstavoo

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Sep 16, 2008
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My phone has been normal temp, normal flawless battery with ios 6 beta 1... once I updated to beta 2.. I have started having the over heating issue.. my battery drained 4 hours!
 

roxxette

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Using GPS while on iOS 6, my phone gets almost too hot to touch. I also can't charge it enough while driving either to keep the battery full. My phone cruelly died while being plugged in when diving with GPS (Waze) running.

Also, I am lucky to get even 6 hours to a charge now.

Here maps only show main streets you cant even search for places but doubt the country is in apple top prioritys atm.

Regarding battery issues yeap :( on the 4s it drains too fast, i can go a use tapatalk with battery at "100%" and in little time its at 80%; even if a leave it full charged overnight it drains too fast.
 
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