iOS 5.0.2, which Apple promises to be released this week as a remedy for the battery life issues, has been suspended longer. According to German tech site Macerkopf, it is claimed that iOS 5.0.2 complements the release of iOS 5.0.1 and requires more testing before it can be released. The iOS 5.0.2 is rumored to offer 10 hours of active use, 200 hours of standby time, up to 8 hours of 3G talk time, 6 hours of 3G Internet use, 10 hours of video playback, or 40 hours of audio playback.
The future update is made in response to the large number of complaints customers have made about the poor battery life on the iPhone 4S. In addition, the device that presumably works in a more effective way than iOS 5.0.1 is set to patch the issues around the battery draining problem on iPhone 4. The update is also supposedly set to address included minor problems with Documents in iCloud and some other niggling little problems with the iPhone 4S.
The official update from Apple was never at said, but rumors persist that iPhone software update 5.0.2 would be coming this week. It turns out that the iPhone 5.0.2 debut was delayed for further time. The main reason behind the delay in launching is iOS 5.0.2 memory leak issues
iPhone 5.0.2 is developed to address iPhone 4s problems including the battery draining problem on both iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. The iOS 5.0.1 may not have fixed all battery life issues
German site Macerkopf reports, “iOS 5.0.2 coming very soon, solving the battery bugs. Apple is working hard on the update. In addition Apple is working on the first big iOS 5 Update (iOS 5.1), bringing some siri-extensions”
Early responses from developers testing Apple’s new iOS 5.1 beta (released to developers on Monday) suggest that the update still hasn’t managed to resolve the battery life issues seen by many iOS 5 users
The alleged iOS confirms that Apple is working effortlessly to reinstate iPhone 4S users to a normal battery life of 40 hour of standby operation, or 10 hours of use. However until now, iOS 5.0.2 is suspended and a new released date is (still) not in sight.