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Seems like my iphone is disconnecting the wifi when in sleep mode. This is becoming a big drain on the battery. Running a 3G with 4.2.1

Any thoughts? I have push disabled and everything set to manual.
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Even if wifi was staying connected when in sleep it won't matter unless an app is using the connecting.

I, personally, have never noticed a battery drain using push. Not sure what you mean about everything being set to manual.

I'd suggest bringing up the multi-tasking bar and making sure everything is shutdown. Restart your phone and see how it goes

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Well I guess I fixed it. I backed up the phone and reset all the settings.

The Wifi and Push totally use more battery (Apple - Batteries - iPhone)
Manual means that you check your email manually. Its right at the bottom under push and fetch. Also theres no multi tasking on a 3G
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