If the battery of your iPhone has a tendency to melt like snow in the sun these past few days, here are (a priori) reason…
It is a fact, our precious smartphones are not renowned for their independence, and sometimes it even happens that some updates fail to kill even a little more autonomy already in its infancy… Well, since a few days now, users of iPhone note, with sadness, an autonomy which seems to have taken a serious blow from soft, the fault of iOS 13.5.
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Apple Music would have a negative impact on the battery of your iPhone
In fact, many are those who complain on the forums that Apple (and elsewhere) of a battery which is struggling more than ever to hold a charge. According to various users, the concern is apparently the result of a bad management of apps in the background. The problem would save the iPhone the most recent, but the iPhone 7, 8, X, Xr, Xs or even the iPhone of 2016 would be affected.
According to MacRumors, it is a certain Apple Music, which could also be the cause of this overconsumption of energy junk. Thus, when the application would be in the background (without necessarily being used), the battery of the iPhone would have a tendency to lose a lot of support, not to mention some terminals that would have the unfortunate tendency to overheat.
A user forum Apple explained that the application Apple Music, without being active, would have drained no less than 53% of the iPhone battery, in 24 hours. Some explain to have solved the concern by performing a reset of their iPhone. Other, slightly less radical, confirm that it is enough to simply remove the app and Apple Music, then reinstall it (or not).
Still, Apple is expected to soon propose a small patch to come and eradicate this new bug. We are reminded, in passing, that to maximize the battery life of your smartphone (iPhone or Android), it is essential to manually set the activity of the applications in the background, but also to carefully calibrate its settings Wi-fi and Bluetooth, and even completely remove them when it is possible.
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