- Tram Ho
iPhone battery drain is a common problem, especially after each time Apple upgrades the operating system. The cause is said to be because after installing a new iOS, some system components will be reset and these tasks often run in the background.
This has been acknowledged by Apple and said it will take about one to two days for the operating system to be optimal. The battery life of the iPhone will now be stable again.
However, according to PhoneArena, although iOS 16 has been out for about 2 weeks, this update is still believed to be the cause of battery drain on iPhones. This includes iPhone 11, 12, and 13 Pro Max models, which have large batteries.
” The reason I bought the Pro Max was for the battery life. However, that has changed since the iOS 16 update! “, user Alise Arndt (@Teachrrcoach) shared on Twitter.
Another user with the username @DeclanFOM also complained about battery life after updating to the new iOS. ” From 3 days to need to plug in the charger, my iPhone now has to be plugged in after only a day of use ,” DeclanFOM said.
Meanwhile, AssistanceFuture8625 said: ” The battery life on the iPhone 13 Pro Max is horrible. From 11-12 use, my iPhone dropped to just 7 hours of use when I FaceTimed. I know it took a few days. got the phone back to normal but it’s been almost a week and no change. I’m contemplating going back to iOS 15.7 but I need to consult more of you “.
On Apple’s support on Twitter, many users also complained about the iPhone battery draining quickly after upgrading to the new iOS. However, in response, the support team still affirmed that “long battery life is always available” on Apple devices. At the same time, it is recommended that users check the battery status, upgrade time, for support.
Recently, Apple also released iOS 16.0.2 to fix some bugs, but there is no mention of improving battery life.
A survey of 9to5Mac site showed that more than 63% of users experienced more battery drain after updating to iOS 16. 9to5Mac said that thousands of such complaints have appeared on social networks in the past week. Many people think that this is Apple’s trick to promote new iPhone sales.
Source : Genk