Hi Barry & Rod,

"When you first update your iPhone or iPad to iOS 10, your device is going to 
take a serious hit where battery life is concerned. But just calm down and take 
a deep breath, because this isn’t actually a problem at all. In fact, many 
users will ultimately see better battery life with iOS 10 than they had using 
iOS 9 thanks to various optimizations.
Here’s what’s going on: when you first install a major iOS update, two things 
happen that have a negative impact on battery life. First, you use your iPhone 
or iPad much more than you do normally because you want to check out all the 
new features. Above average usage obviously leads to above average battery 
drain.

Beyond that, your device will need to re-index a huge amount of data when you 
first install iOS 10, such as contacts, photos and more. Pretty much anything 
that is searchable with Spotlight will need to be re-indexed. It all takes 
place in the background so many people are unaware that it’s even happening, 
but it does have an impact on battery life and it can take quite a bit of time 
for the process to complete.

So don’t worry about it. The battery life on your iPhone or iPad might seem 
shorter at first but after a few days, you’ll be back to normal. In fact, you 
should notice a increase in battery life in iOS 10."

Cheers,
Ronni
Sent from Ronni's iPad4


> On 19 Sep. 2016, at 5:58 pm, Barry Sexstone <bjsexst...@netspace.net.au> 
> wrote:
> 
> Mine seems worse but early days yet.
> 
> Barry
> 
> iMac Retina 5K 27"
> Intel Core i5 3.5 GHz 
> 8     GB RAM
> 1.0 TB HD
> OS X 10.10.2
> 
> 
> 
>> On 19 Sep 2016, at 5:49 PM, Rod Blitvich <rb...@iinet.net.au> wrote:
>> 
>> Has anyone noticed an improvement in battery life since upgrading to IOS 10?
>> My iPhone 5 seems way better
>> ta
>> Blitto
>> 
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>> 
>> Rod Blitvich  - Amy & Sam’s Dad
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>>  Good Ideas 
>>  0409 681 256  
>>  rb...@iinet.net.au 
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