A week after Apple admitted that some iPhone 6S batteries weren't woking properly and agreed to fix the power source for free, the company's latest iOS update has been found to unexpectedly drain device batteries in a matter of seconds. The main point of the 10.1.1 update was to fix some of the camera issues that users were experiencing with the new iPhone 7 Plus dual camera.
As of late, Apple's mobile phone has been suffering from a few battery issues.
Mashable reports that numerous users reporting the issues were part of Apple's open beta program that provides updates early. The iPhone's battery management app is offering nothing in the way of guidance as to what's happening, and users are reporting it's way off, possibly simply tracking how long apps are being used instead of their power drain.
"As soon as it reboots after connecting to a charger it show 30% charge". Yet after plugging it into the electricity, the phone would magically return immediately to a 30 percent charge.
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Even Apple users have felt that shutting down the phone at night might also be problematic. On Apple support site, some users said that their iPhone 6 and iPhone 5s could not last a day without having a charge. (NASDAQ:AAPL) released the latest firmware iOS 10.1.1 to the public.
As PCMag.com reported, a factory reset doesn't help, nor does reverting to iOS 10.