Apple may be facing their first issue in the post-Steve Jobs era. The company is looking into reasons why the battery for their new iPhone 4S is draining really quickly.
Digital Spy reports the iPhone 4S has a built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery that is said to provide up to eight hours of talk time on 3G and 14 hours of 2G. Stand-by talk time is supposedly up to 200 hours.
Apple Support Communities has over 205 pages of comments filled with user complaints. The company has not commented on the record, but technicians seem to believe the problem is in the new operational iOS 5 system.
Tech blogger Oliver Haslam had a solution for the Christian Science Monitor. He said users should turn off the "Setting Time Zone" function, which they reach by going to Settings, Location Services, then System services.