I haven't found anything posted on this issue, so I'm very curious if anyone else has noticed anything like this. I've had my Verizon iPhone 5 since launch day, and never experienced any issues at all. On Wednesday of this past week, I was sitting in class and felt my iPhone 5 getting very hot in my pocket. When I took it out I noticed my battery had gone from 88% to 59% in roughly about 45 minutes. I did a soft reset and everything was back to normal. However, this also happened on Thursday (twice), Friday (twice), yesterday and today. Through some investigating on my phone this is what I've discovered: This issue only happens when I am either, 1. getting off of a phone call and connecting to LTE or 2. leaving a WiFi network and going directly to LTE. Basically, after I get off the phone or leave a WiFi network, the phone (I don't want to say 'drops' it's data connection, but more so doesn't realize it's data connection. I can't send an iMessage, I can't get into the app store, and when I do a speedtest, I connect, get the ping and DL speeds, but I don't get upload speeds, it just sits. Safari still works over LTE and apps that require a data connection still work. So the data connection is there. If I switch LTE off, 3G works great. When I turn LTE back on, I can't get use data for some things (iMessage, App Store, Weather), but can for others, like Safari. The only way to get the LTE to work fully again is to either do a soft reset or reset the network settings. I noticed this on the second day this was happening because the weather widget was trying to update weather but couldn't get a connection so it was just completely draining. I'm confused because I can still use Safari (LTE speeds) and other services. But it's like there is no data connection for the apps mentioned above. Anyone have any advice? AppleCare told me to restore as new (which I did when I got the phone and did again today) and told me to call Verizon to open a ticket (which I did). I don't think it's a Verizon issue though. THoughts?