Not everyone would notice a 30 minute drop in usage time over the course of several updates and it may only be a 6+ issue.I personally haven't noticed any difference in battery on an iPhone 6 and two different iPads so this may not be a universal problem.
Sounds like something's off for you. For most more issues were fixed. Emojis were but one small addition, not sure why many people are trying to make 8.3 like it was about mostly emojis when it clearly wasn't.False.
None of the bugs were fixed from 8.2, and they added some more. But they added emojis!!!!!11111!!!!!!!!~~~~!!!!!!111!!!!
Stay on 8.1, unless you're getting a watch.
Battery life seems the same as with other iOS 8 updates. TouchID bugs don't seem to be there (there was a server side issue related to App Store earlier, but it didn't have to do with TouchID itself and was addressed by Apple on their end of things an not in iOS or anything like that).I think there were no bugs on iOS 8.1. Anybody thinks that the battery life on iOS 8.3 is better than on 8.1?
Seems like plenty of people have the same battery life across different versions. Some will have better battery life in 8.3 than 8.1, others worse. But nothing to specifically indicate one is really better than the other as far as battery life, aside from fairly anecdotal personal experiences essentially that don't necessarily apply to most others.Because of it's strength battery life.