If iOS 14 is eating up your battery life, you might need to clean your iPhone

  • AUTHOR: midhat
  • POSTED ON: October 4, 2020

The unpleasant glitches and system issues are inevitable for an operating system update, especially when it gets an unexpected/surprise launch. 

Yes, we are talking about iOS 14! Many reports have been coming up from users, who recently updated their devices, complaining about a variety of issues, including battery drainage, inaccurate reports of stored data, missing fitness data, and some nonfunctional apps on their iPhones and Apple Watches. 

Apple did release a workaround for that problem, but we assure you it’s not an easy fix as it may seem to be.

People have been tweeting about how their devices are losing batteries after the update way too quickly… One user said, “The battery drain is unbelievable. From 90 percent to 3 percent in one hour.” 

Though this battery drainage issue is only a headache for some, it does show the level of problems some users are experiencing, if not all.

The company has already released one bug fix update (14.0.1), but it wasn’t enough to fix this particular issue. Apple, then, suggested disconnecting your phones with the Apple watch, wiping it all, and then restore your phone from the iCloud backup.

 No, this stunt won’t bring back your missing data, but Apple assured that it would definitely prevent future data losses.

Haven’t updated yet? Well, good for you! You better hold up to that decision until the iPhone/Apple Watch users give it a green signal!

Updated October 4, 2020
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