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iOS 15.4: Apple confirms that the update reduces the independence of iPhone devices

Many iPhone users have complained that their smartphone battery is draining faster than usual since the update to iOS 15.4. Apple has recognized the problem, and they have an interim solution to offer you.


Apple support has responded to complaints that the latest iOS 15 update is causing iPhone batteries to drain faster. In fact, after posting iOS 15.4 Update, Many users announced on social networks That the new version has destroyed the independence of their devicesThis problem will eventually be normal, according to Apple.

According to Apple’s support team, it’s normal for iPhone users to experience reduced battery life. This states in a Twitter message that “It is normal for your apps and functions to need to be modified up to 48 hours after an update. If the problem persists after this time, contact us via direct messages so we can help you fix it.” Therefore, Apple’s solution to the problem is very simple, it is enough to wait 48 hours for your iPhone to restore the correct autonomy.

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In addition to adding its share of new features like the ability to unlock your device using a mask, the iOS 15.4 update appears to have changed the behavior of some apps.

In fact, users noticed that their latest generation iPhones were more flexible on some third-party apps like Instagram. After several tests, some realized that Apple had finally made the apps compatible with the 120Hz screen of the latest iPhone 13 Pro, which will be reused on the following iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max. Those so far had to be satisfied with a refresh rate of 60Hz.

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So it is not very surprising to see Apple’s high-end models lose autonomy, because the 120 Hz frequency consumes more than 60 Hz. However, this does not explain the noticeable loss of autonomy among users of other models. In any case, it does not appear that Apple considers this a problem and therefore will not publish any patch to improve the autonomy of its iPhones.