IF YOU think the latest iPhone update is draining your battery, you’re not wrong.
Apple has admitted that iOS 15.4 does indeed take a hit and we now know why.
The update landed on March 15 with several new features in tow.
While less juice seems like a bad thing, Apple has revealed it should only be temporary.
That’s because your apps need a bit of time to settle in with the update.
It should only go on for about two days once the latest version of iOS is installed, Apple said.
Once your apps have adjusted to the update, battery levels should be normal again.
Responding to a concerned iPhone owner on Twitter, Apple explained: “It’s normal for your apps and features to need to adjust up to 48 hours after an update.”
So it’s not something exclusive to iOS 15.4 but happens to all updates – and most importantly, not unusual.
You need not take any action, unless you notice a serious slow down beyond two days, in which case you might want to speak to Apple about it.
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If you haven’t got iOS 15.4 already, you can download it now manually.
Go to Settings > General > Software Update.
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