ISO 6.1.3

Yeasteday i updated my IPhone 4s with the softweareISO 6.1.3 ever since then my phone has been unpredictable. My battery persentage says 60% but it constantly switches itself off then it says 1% then junps up to 65% and it seems to be lagging a lot almost as if my CPU is occupied with some unknown thing. i always shut down my apps after using them in the backround. My IPhone has never had any issues before the softwear updates and its not even a year old yet. i use an app on my phone for the battery called Battery Doctor whenever i charge it. Ive resetted my phone to factory and only have Twitter,iTortch,shazam,WhatsApp,Yellow Pages and Viber on my phone everything else is factory including the backround and ringtones. I haven dropped my phone or left it in exsessive heat or cold conditions nor wet places. What can i do to fix this?

This is nothing new.  There has never been a legit way to go back.

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    posting this for my own reference and in case it helps others, will mark as solved
    thanks again for your help
    Last edited by gav989 (2012-02-12 10:58:04)

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