Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Apple admits 'quick' drainiage of iPhone 5s batteries


After much hue and cry by the iPhone 5s users, Apple has finally admitted the quick drainage of its battery and has attributed problem with the iPhone 5S to a manufacturing defect, which causes the phone to lose battery more quickly.

Already, thousands of iPhone 5s users are having to send back their new smartphones because the batteries are defective, as reported by Mail Online.

But despite owning the manufacturing fault, Apple is toning down the problem and claims that the fault has affected 'a very limited number' of devices and that owners of the luxury handset will be given a replacement.

It may be added that iPhone 5S has sold nine million units since it was launched in September, but Apple has had mixed reviews about the handset's battery life.



At the time of launch and in all manuals, Apple claimed that the iPhone 5S handset claims to offer 10 hours of talk time and 250 hours of standby with a single charge. However, now this admission will be embarrassing to Apple, which has been criticised in the past for the battery life of its products.

Despite the batter drainage reports, however, iPhone 5s that costs between £549 and £709 new, still has a waiting list after launch because of features like the fingerprint scanner which unlocks the phone.

You may follow us on Twitter or like our Facebook page to keep yourself updated on all latest Tech News and Solutions

1 comments:

Post a Comment

Twitter Delicious Facebook Digg Stumbleupon Favorites More