iOS 7.1.1 proved to be a better OS for iPhone battery life than the previous iOS 7.0 and iOS 7.1 updates.
Apple's latest iOS 7.1.1 not only brings the security updates, touch ID improvements and bug fixes, but it also brings in its wake iPhone battery life improvement. A recent analysis from ZDNet's Adrian Kingsley reveals that the latest iOS 7.1.1 update dramatically improves iPhone battery life.
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Adrian collected the data for this iPhone 5 battery life after updating his device with all three iOS 7 updates. He found out that when he updated his iPhone 5 with iOS 7.0 OS, the battery of his fully-charged iPhone went down to 74 percent after six hours of use.
But the iOS 7.1 update brought down his iPhone battery significantly down. His fully-charged iPhone battery went down to 48 percent after six hours of use. It is a significant drop.
But, now he updated his iPhone with iOS 7.1.1 OS, and things changed for the better. After six hours of use, his fully-charged iPhone battery went down by almost 76 percent. It is a major improvement. And iOS 7.1.1 is even better than iOS 7.1 in terms of battery life.
However, Adrian stated that "this is data collected by my handset (other handsets show a similar pattern) and is based on my apps and my usage of them. Your mileage will undoubtedly vary."
Meanwhile, a recent report also reveals that iOS 7.1.1 code hints Siri is coming for Apple TV.