^^^^ 350 apps? Dang! With that many, trying to install one at a time to figure out which one is the battery hog is probably the biggest battery drain
I really thought I found the culprit when I discovered that my Bluetooth was on without my permission. I figured that was it. When I turned off the Bluetooth on my iPhone 4 it solved the problem but not with the iP5. But that lets me know that some functions are probably working without my permission that are constantly searching for a connection. GPS is probably it. I read where a corrupted GPS App from Apple was the culprit in the one persons case. I think they lied about how the Genius handled it. They said the Genius restored their phone, put iOS 5.0.1 on for them and then put all their stuff back on the phone for them. No Genius does that. But it got me to thinking that there, more likely than not is a corrupt function going on with GPS or any searching App. For example Safari or WiFi could be running even when we think its not, causing a battery dran and we can't, in some cases, as other people's phones seem to work, can't do anything about it because this is something Apple has to fix not us.