How to Fix an iOS Battery Drain Issue?

The only thing that is annoying in an iPhone is an issue of low battery. The battery of an iPhone drains way too fast. The issue becomes worse when you can’t even figure out what the problem is. There are many users out there who have reported that battery of their iOS drains way faster than usual. In this article, you will get to know about the issue and ways of solving it.

iOS Battery

What are the reasons behind the battery drainage of iOS 11?

Users must be already irritated by the way iOS 11 battery causes issues. However, there is no single and straightforward reason behind this drainage. Many things have caused this loss of battery. Maybe the reason a bug. There are times when the battery runs down faster than anything. Perhaps the virus is there inside any of the apps or iOS. It can be the reason but not always. Sometimes the issue can be with your battery too. There are more than hundred of causes.

How to Troubleshoot Battery Drain of iOS 11?

  1. Upgrade iOS

If the reason behind your problem is iOS 11, then ditch it by updating to the freshest version that can be run by your device. All of the newly available versions are free. They are released by Apple several times a year. Just decide whether you have to update it wirelessly or with the help of using iTunes.

  1. Keep checking battery usage stats

Apple is well aware that people worry regarding arranging the health of battery life for their phones. Tools are built into iOS for letting you know what is taking the most power. For doing this:

  • Open Settings>Battery.
  • See what those features that have been using most of the power in the last 24 hours are.
  • Uninstall those apps that are using most charging.
  1. Update the Apps

Bugs and glitches get fixed if the developers release different versions of their applications. Try to update all of the apps just by going to:

  • App Store app>Updates.
  • And the issue is fixed.
  1. Keep control of the health of the battery.

Apple thought of adding “battery health feature” to iOS for letting you understand about the health of your battery. To find it:

  • Go to Settings>Battery>Battery Health.

The screen will tell you if the battery is in proper shape or not. There are some models on which you can change the settings for adjusting the battery life and speed of the phone.

  1. Turn off Background Data Refresh

Here’s how you can disable background data refresh:

  • Go to Settings.
  • Open General.
  • Tap Background App.
  • Click Off.
  1. Set the Email to Fetch at the place of Push

Set the Mail app to fetch email.

  • Open Settings.
  • Tap Passwords and Accounts.
  • Click Get the latest Data.
  • Select Manually, continually, every 30 minutes, every 15 minutes.
  1. Start the iPhone.

The leading cause behind the iOS battery issue is software problems. Users can’t deny it that a quick restart can solve many software issues. If you restart your phone, then the software is also reset. It is effortless and fast, give it a try.

  1. Restore your phone to factory settings.

If nothing is working well and the battery is draining fast, then take a more extreme step. Restore the iPhone to “factory settings” as it will make it back to its previous stage. It is a fantastic way to solve out the issues.

Edward Lewis is a creative person who has been writing blogs and articles about cyber security. He writes about the latest updates regarding mcafee.com/activate and how it can improve the work  experience of users. His articles have been published in many popular e-magazines, blogs and websites.

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