Your iPhone Battery Drains Faster After Updating To iOS 15.4? That’s Normal Says Apple

Not everyone experiences it, but it takes up to 48 hours for the issues to resolve.

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One of the most touted features of the iPhone 13 series is its battery life. When iOS 15.4 was released Apple’s claims that their latest smartphone has a longer battery life was put to the test.

Reports on tech sites were plenty and the complaints on social networks were bountiful. A lot of people saw their iPhone batteries draining faster after updating them to the last OS. 

The new features of the update, like the ability to unlock the iPhone while wearing a mask and without using an Apple Watch was too tempting to overlook. 

READ MORE: Here’s What You Get If You Update Your iOS to 15.4

The thing is it seems that the issue does not affect everyone and according to Apple, an accelerated battery drain in the first 48 hours after an update is normal and the apps and features adjust to the new version.

Meanwhile, the new iPhone SE is shipping out at the end off the week and you can still preorder it now. Starting price: RM2,099 .

READ MORE: New iPhone SE Pre Order Starts 18 March. RM2,099

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