iOS 4.2 to support a technology that brings better battery life and network optimization

iOS 4.2 to support a technology that brings better battery life and network optimization
According to Nokia Siemens Network, Apple is implementing one of the former's technologies called "Network Controlled Fast Dormancy". And, no, this is not yet another patent infringement, but rather it means that owners of Nokia and Apple devices get what Nokia Siemens describes as a win-win situation - faster performance and better battery life of the phone, less network congestion.  

Nokia Siemens says that Network Controlled Fast Dormancy (NCFD) is the middle way between keeping your phone always active (drains battery life) or always idle (takes time), thus gaining both faster network response and better battery life. Nokia Siemens gives the following examples:

"Testing in North America found that our smart networks generate up to 50 percent less smartphone signalling, while one Middle Eastern operator found that smartphones on a Nokia Siemens Networks network had a battery life of 11 hours compared to six hours on a competing network."

Doesn't sound too bad and it seems that Apple is thinking the same. Only time will reveal its practical implementation on global scale, but Nokia and Apple fanboys have every reason to be happy.

source: Nokia Siemens Networks Blog via Engadget

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