Looks like iOS 11.4.1 really did fix iPhone battery drain

Many iPhone user experienced quick battery drain problems with iOS 11.4. This week, Apple introduced an operating system update designed to fix bugs with its predecessor. Did that take care of the complaints?

tuscan decor, tuscan style, tuscan kitchen, tuscan pottery, tuscan lamps, tuscan wall, tuscan italian, tuscan ideas, tuscan interior, tuscan wall decor, tuscan furniture, decor ideas, living room ideas

Comments posted online generally seem to show that iOS 11.4.1 squashed this battery bug. Not everyone agrees, though.

Complaints about

battery problems in iOS 11.4

began almost as soon as Apple released this version in May.

A comment on the Apple support forum from

user Zide99

is typical: “My iPhone 6 was working perfectly fine until I updated to iOS 11.4 and ever since I did that my battery is draining rapidly even without me using it at all.”

Users reported similar battery problems with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, and even the iPhone X.

iOS 11.4.1 fixes iPhone battery drain

Those experiencing this problem were probably nervous when

iOS 11.4.1 debuted this week

because the release notes said nothing about fixing battery issues. Still, many went ahead and installed the update and are now reporting significant improvements.

One user calling himself

Bazzar reported

on the Apple support community “The iOS 11.4 update killed my iPhone 8 battery life… But iOS 11.4.1? Only about 12 hours experience so far, but battery life is now very good, superficially the drain seems to be even better than with 11.3.”


Marco Miltenburg took to Twitter

to say “Not mentioned anywhere in the release notes but it looks like iOS 11.4.1 seems to fix the battery drain problem I had with iOS 11.4.” And a quick note also on

Twitter from Santiago Escobar

says “The battery in iOS 11.4.1 is better.”

These are just some examples of the many social media posts about iOS 11.4.1. The majority are positive about the new version, but there’s no way the Internet can ever agree on anything.

A post on the Apple support forum, this one from someone calling himself


Farghalalimabrouk, says

“I was on ios 11.3 and updated to iOS IOS 11.4.1 which shocked me with severe battery drain.”

Fixing the iPhone battery bug (assuming it is fixed) isn’t the only improvement with this new version. It also

makes iPhone hacking

more difficult.

This is is a syndicated post. Read the original at www.cultofmac.com

   

A quick note about the reviews on this site: I am an affiliate for every product I review. The vendors of these products give me them without charge in order for me to test them. However all my reviews are done as honestly as possible and I make no promises to the vendor prior to writing my review. Should you click a link on this site that takes you to a paid product this link will be an affiliate link and I will be paid a percentage of the sales price should you decide to purchase that product.
Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.