The first thing iOS users asking the same as they, after the next update, – changed to autonomy. These people no matter what the update was released just a few moments ago and those who have installed it, simply did not have time to check something. As a result, many have even begun to specifically write in the comments to the news about the release of new updates, sarcastic calls for the installation on the grounds that a stunning improvement in autonomy. Unfortunately, some believe that. And for good reason.
Users of the official support forum Apple has complained at premature discharge iPhone running iOS 13.1.3. However, a more detailed analysis showed that similar complaints and leave on third-party sites and social networks, collecting hundreds of positive responses from owners of various iPhone models. It turns out that this problem was more widespread than, say, a malfunction of the cell module, which calls interrupted regardless of the will of the user.
Why is quickly discharged iPhone
“I just want to let you know that on iOS 13.1.3 the battery of my iPhone drains so fast, like never before. I’m starting to notice the battery discharge even if the camera is just lying on the table, and I to him have never been touched. After a couple of hours charged to 100% iPhone SE loses 80% charge. Well, if I start to use it, it will “die” in an hour,” wrote one user.
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You would think that the reason for premature discharge is worn out battery. Anyway, such conclusion arises, when you read the reviews iPhone SE or the iPhone 6s. However, when more in-depth study of the issue begin to notice that the complaints rapid discharge complain and the owners of iPhone 11 Pro, which obviously cannot be blamed for untimely replacement of worn-out battery just because it is there brand new.
The time of full discharge iPhone iOS 13.1.3
It is quite revealing that in most cases discharge occurs so rapidly that the batteries lose all their resource in a matter of hours – in average from 2 to 4. A terrifying figure when you think about it, the more that many of the machines were dead, even while in passive mode. This means that most likely have worked on a system component in which the failure occurred after upgrading to iOS 13.1.3. As such, given the abundance of flaws in the current iteration of the mobile OS Apple could well happen.
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Yesterday Apple released the final version of iOS is 13.2, which eliminates a whole heap of problems. This gives reason to think that it is to correct a failure that causes premature discharge, although the description of the update says nothing of the sort, and based on user reviews an unambiguous conclusion to do yet also not impossible. In the end, the correction can take place only in a few days. However, even if Apple has postponed the solution of this problem for later, it is better not to neglect the installation of update, because it besides contains a number of new features, and improves the security of the operating system.