Apple’s New iOS Update Is Killing Battery Life

In these modern times, there is nothing quite as important as battery life. Our mobile devices are notoriously terrible at keeping a charge, and a lot has to do with all that we ask them to do. However, the word comes down today that Apple’s New iOS Update Is Killing Battery Life. Their latest update, which finds Apple’s iOS 10 seems to be killing battery life at a much quicker rate than ever.

For those who have upgraded to the 10.1.1 operating system, it still appears to experience battery issues with instances of a battery charged to 80 percent draining to zero even when the phone is in standby overnight. Other examples claim that battery life suddenly drops from 30 percent to zero within seconds. It seems that the iPhone 5s, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, and even the iPhone 7 have been all been affected and the backlash on social networks has been very apparent. This comes on the heels of news that Apple announced it would replace faulty iPhone 6s handsets with shutdown issues free of charge. Interesting news. We haven’t been affected, but have you? Let us know your thoughts below and keep it locked here for much more from Apple regarding the issue coming very soon!


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