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iOS 9.3.5 battery drain issue

ananve

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A web board in my local language is having a hot topic saying that the new version of iOS 9.3.5 (after critical security update) atypically drain their battery. :wink:
One of them even complained that more than 10 per cent was drained in less than an hour leaving the phone idle. :shocked:
Does this problem sounds familiar? Well yeah, iOS just works my a**.

The interesting point though, no one blame Apple for half baked OS. If your phone became bad, buy an new device, it's not Appli fault LOL~

I knew this is Windows Central but I just would like to share this to all whiner here. All OSs have their own glitches and bugs.

I think some of us here needs to be realistic.
 

xandros9

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Of course iOS has bugs, all OSes have bugs, the thing is that you're acting as if all OSes are on equal quality/stability footing. You'll see all platforms have threads full of people seeing issues, whether its the 535's touch issues or the iPhone 6's metal frame. From Windows 10 Mobile's Cortana crashes to iOS's DST(?) alarm bug.

iOS and Windows Phone 8.x were the most reliable mobile OSes I have used. They "just worked."
Android is more middle-of-the-pack but that's probably excusable by its easily-modded nature and me messing with it.

Windows 10 Mobile 10586 has been one of the least. iOS's issues are more likely to me, to be a one-time issue or something seen by a few - perhaps amplified by the sheer number of users.

TL;DR All OSes have bugs, but some are more buggy than others.
 

Kevin Rush

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Of course iOS has bugs, all OSes have bugs, the thing is that you're acting as if all OSes are on equal quality/stability footing. You'll see all platforms have threads full of people seeing issues, whether its the 535's touch issues or the iPhone 6's metal frame. From Windows 10 Mobile's Cortana crashes to iOS's DST(?) alarm bug.

iOS and Windows Phone 8.x were the most reliable mobile OSes I have used. They "just worked."
Android is more middle-of-the-pack but that's probably excusable by its easily-modded nature and me messing with it.

Windows 10 Mobile 10586 has been one of the least. iOS's issues are more likely to me, to be a one-time issue or something seen by a few - perhaps amplified by the sheer number of users.

TL;DR All OSes have bugs, but some are more buggy than others.

You talk like there has always and there is only one version of iOS and when you tried "it" ... it just worked.
Each OS changes. Which version did you try?
 

ananve

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@Kevin Rush, that's what I would like to say. All OSes changes over time.
There's nothing final, or the best.

I actually think Android is similar to Win 10 PC in that one OS is built for many different hardware, so it is very difficult.

iOS is build only for one kind of hardware, so if you know, it is much easier.

W10M, sharing OneCore with W10, received the side effect. So, it will be less stable, period.

Have you ever heard of the concept of generalist and specialist.

MSFT has been more of a generalist. Its system will shine when a lot of OEMs are with them.

APPLE, on the other hand, has been more specialist. They cannot have OEM.

Android? OK, you knew the answer.
 

xandros9

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You talk like there has always and there is only one version of iOS and when you tried "it" ... it just worked.
Each OS changes. Which version did you try?
4.2.1 through 9.3.5. (excluding early iOS 7 and 8, which both appeared just fine in my limited usage of those.)
Of course each has its own quirks or "personality" but none were as bad as 10586. Now whether Redstone is an improvement, I haven't used it as a daily driver yet so I can't tell.
 

ananve

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@xandros, don't start fight. That's not the purpose of my thread.
I would like to share that all OSes have their bugs, not only w10m.
I myself had no issue whatsoever since cyan, denim, threshold, Redstone. But I never claim that the OS is bug free. And I'm not saying w10m is as buggy as iOS either.
 

ananve

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From the same source, people who owns 5, 5s, 5c are rolling back to 9.3.4. Now, they all forgot the bug.

If this happens with W10M, it's a failure of OS.
If this happens with iOS, no worry, iOS10 is coming
 

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