That's really good. Did you get the same on iOS 8.0?About the same for me. Maybe slightly less but I think it's just calibration issues.
I saw about 7 hours usage in the past 24 hours (no charging) and was at 37% just now when I plugged it in.
Yes...mine seems to be a bit higher as well. I reset all settings and did a soft reset (home + power button hold) after updating to iOS 8.1 and it seems to be higher. After playing Beach Buggy Racing and some Twitter and Instagram and Safari my battery was at 92% with 56min of usage!Yes, maybe a bit more but not much.
I restarted my phone after I installed 8.1 and it seemed to drain slower.
agree i think the nfc is always on like siri raise to speak on the 4S was a drainer. but does removing the card even guarantee that the nfc will be off?I was consistently getting over 10 hours of usage on my 6 Plus on 8.0. Skipped 8.0.1 and 8.0.2. Updated to 8.1 on Monday, and battery life has been a little over 8 hours this weeks. I've tried restarts, discharging, and making sure my settings are as close to what they were before as possible (in particular, some background app refreshes were enabled after the update), and nothing's helped.
Wish there was an easy way to turn off Apple Pay (without removing the cards) to see if that's affecting my battery life.
Not necessary on Android either. All operating systems work the same way.Cleaning the ram is not necessary with iPhones. It never was. Maybe on android but not needed in iOS. iOS uses the ram just the way which is optimal for itself.
It turns off the nfc. I removed my card and got noticeably better battery life. I tested over the last two days. I prefer a longer battery over a mobile payment solution it others may prefer the latter.agree i think the nfc is always on like siri raise to speak on the 4S was a drainer. but does removing the card even guarantee that the nfc will be off?