Not only are the reviews for Apple's slate of new devices less than glowing, but many users are running into issues with the recently released iOS 11 as well. The report show that on average an iPhone or iPad running iOS 11 runs out of battery life in just 96 minutes, whereas the same devices running iOS take 240 minutes to drain the battery from 100 percent to 0 percent.
iOS 7 especially on Iphone Battery earlier than 10 models, according to twice as fast emptying. This would not be the first time that an iOS upgrade caused problems, nor would it be the first time an iOS upgrade led to a battery issue.
(Web Desk) - Apple users and tech geeks have reported various bugs in iOS 11, latest operating system, including battery issues and removal of some important features.
As excited as Apple fans were two weeks ago when the company unveiled the iPhone 8, iPhone X, Apple TV 4K and Apple Watch 3, the mood has soured somewhat in recent days. It was assumed this was because the gesture wasn't very well-known or used very often, but it turns out more than a few iPhone users were upset about the change.
With iOS 11, the iCloud Drive app was replaced by Files app, where all of your files are at one place including files from cloud storage apps such as Dropbox, and from other apps that include documents such as PDF Expert 6, and even files on your local device.
If that doesn't make much difference, low power mode may be your best option until Apple pushes out new updates that will hopefully address excessive battery drain.
The iOS 11 update that was rolled out last week has been updated onto millions and millions of handsets with users the world over suffering from the inevitable teething problems that come with every upgrade.
The first is limiting the number of apps that can refresh in the background (Settings General Background App Refresh) and limiting the number of apps that can access your location in the background (Settings Privacy Location Services).