Odd behavior or normal?

Posted by: yoyo52

Odd behavior or normal? - 07/06/10 05:58 PM

My iTouch will lose its battery charge if it's connected to the computer when the computer is put to sleep. But if I disconnect the iTouch from the computer, the battery won't lose its charge. Is that normal behavior? I don't think it used to happen before I upgraded to iOS4, but I'm not positive of that.
Posted by: Silver_Moon

Re: Odd behavior or normal? - 07/06/10 07:26 PM

Mine does it too.
Posted by: Jim_

Re: Odd behavior or normal? - 07/06/10 09:33 PM

They used to do that on the old ones connected via firewire.

Seems there are other battery issues with iOS4.

http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?threadID=2474499&start=0&tstart=0

Don't leave it connected overnight. smirk
Posted by: yoyo52

Re: Odd behavior or normal? - 07/07/10 08:08 AM

I did turn the Wi-fi off last time the battery was drained, so maybe that's what's making the difference. But yeah, I'm not leaving the iTouch connected overnight any more. Sheesh . . . something else to remember to do!
Posted by: Acumowchek

Re: Odd behavior or normal? - 07/07/10 01:47 PM

Originally Posted By: Reboot


Seems there are other battery issues with iOS4.




Yep, it's happened to me twice now.
Seems that when I use it during the week, no problem. Don't really use it on weekends.
I recharge on Friday, go to work on Monday and sho' nuff, my battery was drained.

I think I'll turn of Push, WiFi, and anything else I can think of before I shut it down this weekend.

Maybe the answer is to never shut it off! grin