I upgraded from iPad 2 wifi to new ipad 3G - and the battery life doesn't seem to be as good. I'm wondering if it's got to do with the cydia installs that I transferred from my old iPad? maybe not so compatible with the new ipad. Here is the list. List of installed packages:: * 7-zip (POSIX) * Activator * Airplane SBSettings Toggle * AppList * AppSync for iOS 5.0+ * APR (/usr/lib) * APT 0.6 Transitional * APT 0.7 (apt-key) * APT 0.7 HTTPS Method * APT 0.7 Strict * APT 0.7 Strict (lib) * Barrel * basic-cmds * Berkeley DB * BigBoss Icon Set * Bourne-Again SHell * Bug Fix: Duplicate Icons * Bug Fix: Stuck Pages * bzip2 * Core Utilities * Core Utilities (/bin) * cURL * Darwin Tools * Debian Packager * Debian Utilities * Default HD SBSettings * Diff Utilities * diskdev-cmds * Erica Utilities * f.lux * Fabius Utils * FakeClockUp * file-cmds * Find Utilities * FullForce * Gawk * GNU Privacy Guard * grep * gzip * Hackulous Resources * IconSupport * iFile * Infiniboard * Installous 5 * IntelliStatusBarIcons * InvertColors SBSettings Toggle * libhide * LZMA Utils * Mobile Substrate * MultiIconMover * MyWi 4.0 * MyWi OnDemand * network-cmds * New Curses * OpenSSL * PAM (Apple) * PAM Modules * pcre * pincrush * PreferenceLoader * Profile Directory * readline * Repo Icons * RetinaPad * Rocky Racoon 5.1.1 Untether * SBSettings * sbsettingstoggles * sed * Serious SBSettings HD * shell-cmds * Source GUI * StayOpened * Substrate Safe Mode * system-cmds * Tape Archive * UIKit Tools * unrar * WeeLoader * xSellize Security if it's none of the above - can i just expect 3G to drain the battery faster than wifi?