Oh, the many woes of being an early adopter in the Beta software world. The software might crash, causing you to lose all your work! It may have gaping security issues, leaving an entry way for malicious misdoers! It may start your stuff on fire! Wait, what?
According to developer Gus Pinto (who sum ups his life in under 140 characters as “Pioneering Mac Desktop Virtualization. iOS, Mac & Android Development”), that last bit is exactly what happened to his iPhone 4 running a Developer Beta build of iOS 5.
Computing Unleashed-"If you find that your recently updated ios 5 device drains off its battery too fast, then here are some ways that help you to increase the battery life of your iPhone, iPad & iPod touch running the new iOS 5."
Addictivetips-"A couple of months after its iOS 4-exclusive beta release, GO SMS for iPhone is now available for all jailbroken iDevices running iOS 5. If you have already updated to iOS 6, you are still out of luck, but we know that a lot of users have chosen to refrain from updating due to the lack of an untethered iOS 6 jailbreak with support for sufficient Cydia tweaks and apps."
Mobile & Apps: "Samsung is gearing up to launch its Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet to do battle with the new iPad from Apple, but is the Galaxy Note 10.1 worth the trouble? I don't think so. If you can't wait until Windows 8 comes around to get yourself a tablet that can do everything you want, then you are better off getting a new iPad."