According to the brand at the apple, the most effective solution to solve the battery problems, reported by many users on iOS 14, would be quite simply … To reset your iPhone.
The update to iOS 14 for Apple-branded phones and other devices promised many new things, starting with a redesign of the traditional home screen of iPhones with the arrival of widgets and several software improvements. However, many users have complained on social networks after making the latest update offered by the Cupertino company. Instead of benefiting from increased performance, these indeed report many problems, starting with the premature exhaustion of their battery on iPhone and Apple Watch. On Twitter (below), an internet user explains that he has updated his phone to iOS 14 and seen his battery drop by 90% to 3% in just one hour. This complaint, relayed by the site The Verge, is far from an isolated case.
– pratish gupta (@ pratishgupta16) September 28, 2020
Faced with the many messages of dissatisfaction from its customers, Apple finally took the floor, announcing the deployment of a patch called 14.0.1. The latter aimed to fix a number of related bugs, such as the inability to open apps dedicated to health, and the presence of inaccurate reports on data stored on phones since the iOS 14 update. However, when it comes to battery drain, the Apple brand has delivered a curious modus operandi, simply encouraging its affected users to unlink their iPhone from their Apple Watch, back up their data to iCloud, and restore devices to factory settings. A "solution”Which obviously is not to the liking of all users. If you have not yet updated the Apple brand, we advise you to wait a little longer, while Apple finally decides to come up with an effective fix against this thorny battery problem.
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