Apple’s recently released iOS update was an update that many were excited about, especially because of the ability to unlock the iPhone while wearing a face mask, as well as a slew of bug fixes.
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However, the update may not sit well for some users, with many reporting severe battery drain following the update.
previously reported by PhoneArenaa group of users reddit And Twitter has been reporting considerable battery loss in recent days.
iOS 15.4 is not good to update/install; Unless you want your iPhone battery to drain faster than expected pic.twitter.com/OUnUp1RVP4
— Chern Schwinn (@ChernSchwinn1) 21 March 2022
— anthony wyner (@heyvyner) 21 March 2022
iOS 15.4 battery drain for me. iphone 13 pro
— Franjo (@Franjo08213477) 21 March 2022
Most of the posts that have surfaced online are of the iPhone 13, however, we don’t really know if all iPhone models or just those with face mask support (iPhone 12 and up) face Face ID.
According to Apple’s official response, the company is asking users not to do anything for now, as battery life changes to 48 hours after the installation of a new version of the OS is normal. Apple says that most of the time the issues are eventually resolved.
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Thanks for reaching out! We will be glad to help. It’s normal for your apps and features to need to adjust for up to 48 hours after an update.
Come on, if the problem persists after that time, do you have a DM to contact us so we can help you look into it further.
— Apple Support (@AppleSupport) March 19, 2022
That’s because it’s not just the updated OS that’s evaluating what it’s got on a particular iPhone (since no two iPhones are the same), third-party devs are also able to tweak their apps based on updates. Takes time to make sure it runs smoothly.
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