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Wednesday, 13 June 2018

iOS 11.4 slows down your iPhone's battery: everything you need to know

Battery life is always a touchstone when it comes to evaluating an operating system. iOS 11 has already been officially 9 months with us , a year if we started counting from the first beta, and the behavior is somewhat uneven depending on the version and the device.

In this tempo I have not had, it is a personal opinion, the perception of a brutal wear of it, is more, now I am in the first beta of iOS 12 and its performance curve is optimal. But the latest update of iOS 11.4 does not seem to go too well on some users' iPhones .

Complaints do not stop

Many people have taken sides in the Apple support forums, noting the poor performance of the same once they have installed this version. For example, there is someone who even comments that in his iPhone 6s, a device of the year 2015, the drop was 40 percent after having installed iOS 11.4 . And all after having loaded to the top, and restart the device. A drop in performance that, if you discard physical problems in the battery, is not justified.

There are even problems for users of the recent iPhone X , which notice a wear up to 2-3 times higher , which if true, has no reason to be. Apple engineers, aware of these incidents, and would be working on versions that manage to put a stop to this problem, in fact the patch could be released in the coming days.

The causes

They are unknown, although those affected recognize that connecting to a Wi-Fi network makes the battery last less time. And if the frequency of it is greater, the process of wear is high . That is, if an iPhone is connected to a 5 GHz network it consumes more battery power than it does to one of, for example, 2.4 GHz.

Be that as it may, it is clear that the problem, fortunately, is software and not the devices themselves. Have you encountered problems of this kind when updating to iOS 11.4? Leave us your comments in our social profiles of Facebook and Twitter .

Via | theinquirer

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