A few days ago, many iPhone users complained that the iOS 15.4 update caused a rapid decrease in battery life. Apple usually won’t respond to issues like this, but the Apple Support Twitter page recently acknowledged and offered a way to deal with affected users.
The iOS 15.4 update error causes rapid battery drain, affecting from iPhone 11, iPhone 12 to even the newly launched iPhone 13. Battery life is one of the great advantages of the iPhone 13 Pro Max, but it has been significantly reduced, making it impossible for users to use it comfortably for a whole day, after updating to iOS 15.4.
The tweet, posted by Apple Support, says: “Thanks for reaching out! We are happy to help. It’s normal for your apps and features to adjust themselves within 48 hours of updating. Contact us if the problem persists after that time, so we can help.”
In short, Apple support thinks that such a decrease in battery life is normal after the new update, and users will have to wait 2 days for everything to return to the way it was. Support also lists some helpful tips for improving battery life on your iPhone.
Ironically, the first tip suggested is to update to the latest operating system version. Probably not quite in this case. Some other tips are to reduce screen brightness or turn on auto mode.
Another trick is to use a Wi-Fi connection instead of a cellular connection. And finally, users can use Low Power mode to save more battery.
However, all these workarounds are well known, and they do not help solve the real problem of the iOS 15.4 update that causes battery life to drastically decrease. Perhaps users still have to accept the flood, until Apple releases a newer update that can fix this problem.
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