iOS 15.4 is a feature-packed update that comes with the ability to unlock the iPhone with mask on, live text integration and more. However, just days after its rollout, many iPhone users have begun to complain about the rapid battery drain on their devices after installing the update. Many have complained about the same on microblogging platform Twitter.
Now, Apples One of these tweets responded that it is normal to adjust to updates for apps and features. “Thanks for reaching out! We’ll be happy to help. It’s normal for your app and features to need to be adjusted up to 48 hours after an update. Even after that time, if it’s still a problem, let us know in the DM. We can help you see more of it, “he wrote Apple support Twitter handle in response to one of the users complaining about a quick battery drain.
If users want to see more help on the battery front, Apple has also shared a link to a battery support page entitled “Battery Life and Maximum Lifetime.” The page lists tips for increasing the battery life of the iPhone, such as dimming the screen or turning on auto-brightness. Users can enable low power mode to control battery usage on the device.
It should be noted that not all iPhone users have experienced battery issues since the iOS 15.4 update. Also, the effect varies from one device to another. According to online reports, the iPhone 13 Pro Max only lasts half a day when an older iPhone 11 reduces battery charge by 80 percent in 24 hours and has two hours of screen time.
IOS 15.4 mentioned above brings the ability to unlock the iPhone while wearing a mask. Currently supported iPhone 12 and later models. It comes with over 100 new emojis from the Emoji 14.0 set, a new voice for Siri, improved Safari web page translation and much more.