The folks over at Nokia Siemens Networks have confirmed that Apple’s new iOS 4.2 update supports a technology called Network Controlled Fast Dormancy, something that better optimizes how the phone connects to a network. The result is something that benefits both parties since there is less network utilization, resulting in longer battery life. It was also pointed out that Nokia implemented the technology in its smartphones from earlier this year. That’s a subtle little something that you didn’t expect with your iOS 4.2 update, right?
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