Apple responds to iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 13 battery drain issue; other iPhones affected too
Apple has responded to the iOS 15.4 battery drain complaints regarding iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 13 and other iPhones. Know how Apple fix works.
Apple rolled out the iOS 15.4 update last week bringing many new features. While the new update comes with some additional features like unlocking Face ID while wearing a mask, several iPhone users have complained of excessive battery drain issues. Users have claimed that their iPhones are no longer lasting as long as they used to before updating to the newest iOS version. iPhone users have taken to Twitter to share their grief. Many users, including of iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 13 and other iPhones have complained about the battery drain issue. They have even tagged the Apple Support account in their tweet and sought help. A user wrote, “After the update of IOS 15.4 The battery drain issue has came. I am using an iPhone 13. The battery backup before was around 8-10hrs and now it has become 3-4 hrs. After updates the phone becomes better but i don't know what apple updates are that make phones performance down."
After the update of IOS 15.4 The battery drain issue has came. I am using i phone 13 the battery backup before was around 8-10hrs and now its has become 3-4 hrs. After updates the phone becomes better but i don't know what apple updates are the make phones performance down.— Naman Bothra (@Namanbothra14) March 28, 2022
Others too have raised their complaint about the same issue. Another user wrote, “@AppleSupport Had a massive battery drain today, 41% to 0 in 6 hours, battery saver put on at 20%, would normally have lasted double that. Any thoughts? iPhone 11 Pro iOS 15.4.” Frustrated users have also taken to the Apple Support forums.
Responding to users' complaints, Apple has instructed the users to wait for 48 hours after updating their iPhone to the newest 15.4 1 update. Taking to Twitter, Apple wrote, "It's normal for your apps and features to need to adjust up to 48 hours after an update." The tech giant has asked the users to DM them if the issue still exist.
Thanks for reaching out! We'll be happy to help. It's normal for your apps and features to need to adjust up to 48 hours after an update.— Apple Support (@AppleSupport) March 19, 2022
Let's have you reach out to us in a DM if this is still an issue after that time so we can help you look into this further.
However, many users have shared that they face issues even after a week of updating their phone to iOS 15.4. One of the Twitteratis shared, “heyy! After one week of installation of ios 15.4 i am still facing the battery drain. Help me.”
@Apple heyy! After one week of installation of ios 15.4 i am still faceing the battery drain. Help me.— Vikant Kumar (@Vikantkp) March 31, 2022
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