A new report reveals a problem that appears to iPhone users after updating to iOS 15.4, which leads to faster draining of the phone’s battery.
Apple recently released the iOS 15.4 update for iPhone users, along with iPadOS 15.4, watchOS 8.5, macOS Monterey 12.3, tvOS 15.4 and HomePod 15.4.
Apple introduced iOS 15.4, a feature that unlocks the phone with a Face ID camera using a mask and without the need for an Apple smartwatch, this feature only supports iPhone 13 Series and iPhone 12 Series users.
Also with the features provided by Apple in the iOS 15.4 update, some user reports are monitored to ensure that the battery charge drains quickly after installing the new update.
Some iPhone 13 Pro Max users have noted that the phone battery lasts for less than half a day of charging life after the upgrade, while the iPhone 11 battery charge is reduced by 80% within 24 hours and other reports confirm a rapid depletion of the battery.
Reports confirm that this issue currently only exists on some iPhone phones, with some speculating that Apple’s fixes for security holes are due to 39 fixes in this update, but this quick battery drain is higher than expected.
While some have attributed the battery depletion to Apple’s 120Hz promotion update rate, reports say that this feature is limited to the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max phones, while other versions that do not include it also have problems. Feature.