IPhone users in the UK, report bugs carrier after iOS 6.1 upgrade

If you have not yet, you may want to wait before updating your iPhone to iOS 6.1 for a bit.

We are seeing reports from a number of users who have upgraded their iPhones and then suddenly had them begin to behave like Boeing Dreamliner 787 in trouble, suffering from battery problems that include cost of living short and overheating.

Numerous reports of battery exhaustion sudden and significant and at least one case of battery overheating have emerged on the Apple Support Communities since updating iOS became available on January 28.

One possible cause (among many possibilities) is a problem excessive logging problem between Apple Mail and Microsoft Exchange, our sister site ZDNet reports.

    Until the bug is fixed, business users are advised not to go to iOS 6.1. For users who have already updated, however, there is no way to return to the previous version. The directors have no control over when their upgrade BYOD users, many of them have resorted to blocking access from iOS 6.1 to Exchange as temporary mitigation to prevent server crashes for everyone .

This is apparently not the only problem with the update though. In Europe, the carrier Vodafone sent a message to subscribers asking them to hold off upgrading to iOS 6.1:

    We are aware of a problem caused by Apple iPhone 4s handsets that have been upgraded to iOS 6.1 which affects the performance of 3G networks.

    Some clients may have difficulty connecting to the network to make or receive calls or texts or connect to the Internet. Apple is working on a solution to their software problem. These connection problems are intermittent.If you experience any of these problems with iOS, help can be on the horizon - the beta of iOS 6.1.1 is already in the hands of developers, even if I do not been able to see if it addresses the issues above. Again, Apple has not yet acknowledged that these problems exist.

I reached out to the company and will update this post if I get a response.
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