Apple released iOS 11.1 beta 1 with minor improvements and performance improvements shortly after iOS 11.01 update. How did this update affect the performance of iPhones?
Apple released iOS 11 a week after the fall event. This update, which includes many innovations, brought along the mistakes. For this reason, the company that is using iOS 11.01 started testing iOS 11.1, which is expected to be a more stable version. Test videos showing the performance of the new iOS release on the first public beta of the iPhone models have been released.
Battery life of iPhones with iOS 11
Users who have not had a major battery performance problem in iOS 11 betting have begun to report that they are experiencing serious problems with the final version. On some devices it has been seen that the usage time for iOS 10.3.3 has decreased by half. Focusing on this issue, Apple wants to stop the complaints from users with the first major update of iOS 11.
The internet is congested with conflicting tips and tricks to maximize daily battery life, so it’s a little messy trying to figure out what’s what, especially now that there’s iOS 11 with the possibility of new battery-draining features to fix.
What if battery problem bothers you?
If you just updated your iPhone to iOS 11, give it a few days to fully reindex and cache everything before you start freaking out. Things should normalize after a day or two, or even less time, so just give it a little time. If you cannot really get rid of the problem until Apple offers a useful one, there some other options you can do.
We’re all annoyed whenever an app requests notifications. But what’s more annoying is that these notifications are taking away valuable battery life. Go to Settings –> Notifications to browse all of your apps and see which have notifications enabled. When you find one you’d like to turn off, simply tap on it, then toggle off Allow Notifications to disable notifications.