On May 24, Apple launched iOS 14.6, a version that initially it was planned to be the last of iOS 14However, it seems that it will not be, since many are the users who claim to have problems with the battery life after updating to this version.
Since its launch last week, many are the users who have gone to social networks to support forums to affirm that your device downloads quickly after updating your device to iOS 14.6. Although they are many factors that contribute to battery health, this problem affects everyone equally.
With iOS 14.5, Apple introduced a new feature of battery health recalibration for iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. The new feature allows the system to recalibrate the device’s battery health to make sure the battery health measurement is correct.
Following the update released last month, users have noticed that their iPhone 11 battery health has changed after the recalibration process, not just reduced, as in some cases battery health percentage has increased.
Complaints with excessive battery consumption are usually usual during the first days while the system adapts and performs different indexing and cleaning actions for files.
However, a week after its release, user complaints continue to fill forums, so it is more than likely that Apple will have to advance the iOS 14.7 version, a version that is currently already in beta, as long as it solves the problem of excessive battery consumption.