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Obviously something is wrong. Sometimes weird stuff can happen during upgrades. The simplest way to fix this is to do a Restore in iTunes -- that reloads everything fresh (including the firmware and iOS).

I wasn't having a battery problem with my 4S that I'd upgraded to iOS 6, but I'd seen some small glitches I was unhappy with. The Restore fixed them. So, no guarantees for your issue, but I think it has the best chance of fixing the problem without actually having to track down the cause.

Good luck!

(BTW, this board is dead and few people read it any more, so you probably want to ask about this on the iOS board)
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