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Tuesday, 28 November 2017

YouTube fixes the bug that consumes the iPhone battery



As many of you will know by now, the new version of Apple's mobile operating system software, iOS 11, consumes a huge amount of battery .

The battery life of your iPhone and your iPad is proportionally related to the use of each user of the applications and system functions. But there are certain applications that consume much more battery than others ...


This is the case of applications such as Facebook and YouTube . Both are running out of battery life on your iPhone . But, luckily, this will not happen again on iOS 11. At least, in the case of YouTube.

Google does Apple's work with YouTube on iOS 11


While Apple continues to present new updates to correct the huge list of bugs of iOS 11, other companies like Google have wanted to lend a hand to iPhone and iPad users solving the problem of battery consumption.

The new version 12.45 of the official YouTube application "solves a problem with the use of the battery". According to the company, this bug affected some versions of the application although it was not related to any specific iOS device.


After the launch of the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus, and with the publication of iOS 11, many users saw their devices begin to lose battery drastically due to a system bug.

In the case of YouTube, in addition to losing too much battery in the reproduction of videos, the devices also overheated too much.
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Users have reported that, while using YouTube, they lost up to a percentage of 20% of battery after playing a video between 10 and 15 minutes long . Especially in the new iPhone X.

    @YouTube Can you fix your app on iPhone X. It drains 20% in 30 minutes.
    - BodyShotKing (@SSBodyShotKing) November 12, 2017 

So you know, if you have had battery consumption problems with the YouTube application in iOS 11 (or earlier versions) we recommend downloading the update immediately.

Via | Mashable 

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