Find your iPhone/iPad battery problem after updating to iOS 10.3.3, even the latest iOS 11? This guide will tell you how to fix iOS 10/11 battery drain issue with detailed steps.
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Now, the iOS 10.3.3 is available to public, and Apple will release the newest iOS 11 soon. Some Apple users have already updated their iPhone/iPad to the latest version. And they also find some problems after updating to iOS 10.3.3, and even latest version of iOS 11. In the previous post, we have already talked about Bluetooth Issues and App Crashing Issues, and here in this guide we will help you fix iOS battery issues in iOS 10, and iOS 11 battery issues on iPhone/iPad/iPod touch, including the way to solve iOS 10/11 battery drain problem.
Part 1. Common iOS 10/11 Battery Issues on iPhone/iPad
According to the battery issues happened after updating to iOS, and the latest issues reported by iOS 10 and iOS 11 users, here we list the most common battery issues you may meet after updating to iOS 10.3.3, or even the latest iOS 11.
- iPhone iPad battery draining fast
- Abnormal bad battery life issues
- The iPhone heats up randomly and battery goes down fast.
- iPhone shuts off with battery to spare, but it shows you need to connect the device to a charger before it can open again.
Almost every iOS update, from iOS 8 to iOS 10, even the latest iOS 11, many iOS users complained their iPhone iPad’s battery draining very fast. If you are one of them, move to Part 2 to fix it with the possible solutions.
Part 2. How to Fix iOS 10/iOS 11 Battery Issues on iPhone/iPad
Do you meet those iOS 10 battery problems listed in Part 1? If so, just read and get some solutions to fix the iOS 10/11 battery issues. Those methods can help you solve the most common iPhone/iPad battery problems, no matter you are stuck on them after iOS 10.3.3 or iOS 11 update, or even the latest version of iOS 11.
- Check the battery usage. Go to Settings > Battery to check if there is an app that is the chief culprit.
- Reboot your iPhone/iPad. Hold down the wake/sleep button and Home button until the Apple logo appears.
- Reset all settings. Go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings to factory default.
- Enable Low Power Mode. Go to Settings > Battery > Turn on Low Power Mode.
- Turn on Airplane Mode. Just enable Airplane Mode when you are not using the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- Turn off background app refresh. When you turn on this feature, the app will work in the background and use the battery. If you don’t need the apps refresh automatically, just Go to Settings > General > Background App Refresh > Turn it off.
- Turn off Location Services. Open Settings app > Privacy > Location Services > Turn it off. Or you can also set it to enable the services while using the app.
- Disable iCloud Keychain. Go to Settings > iCloud > Keychain > Turn it off.
- Downgrade to old version. If all the above methods cannot help you, then you can downgrade from iOS 11 to iOS 10.3.3/10.3.2.
- Restore your device. It can erase all the settings and content on your device, so this is the last option. You can first restore from one backup to have a try, if it does not work then you have no choice but to restore your device as new.
Hope this guide can help you fix iOS 11/10 battery drain issue issue successfully. And if you want to learn more tips on saving iPhone/iPad battery life, then refer to this guide: Top 16 Tips to Save Battery on iPhone X/8/7/6S/6/5 >
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