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Apple: Battery life fix coming for new iPhone
Spokeswoman Natalie Harrison said Wednesday that a small number of customers have reported lower-than-expected battery life on devices running on the company’s iOS 5 operating system.
She said Apple has found bugs in the program and will release a software update to address them in a few weeks.
The latest iPhone, the 4S, comes with iOS 5.
Other devices can be upgraded to run the software: The iPhone 3GS or 4, iPads and an iPod Touch released in September 2009 or later.
Apple shares added $1.59 to $399 in aftermarket trading. Shares ended the regular session up 41 cents at $397.41.
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