Published on October 7th, 2017 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez0
Apple’s iOS 11 sucks battery & pushing users back to iOS 10.3.3
Disappointment with Apple’s iOS 11 upgrade has been increasing, despite an update that was supposed to solve battery drainage issues and a large number of other issues that have been giving users more reasons to switch to Samsung.
Apple officially launched iOS 11 on September 19, but right after the upgrade was completed, problems quickly became apparent, prompting the company to roll out iOS 11.0.1 just a week later.
The roll-out of iOS 11 was to provide users better functionality for their iPhones and iPads, as well as a redesigned App Store, enhanced Siri, a Do Not Disturb feature for drivers, and the ability to share playlists in Apple Music.
However, iPhone users have reported a host of problems with the new operating system, including a high rate of battery drainage, installation problems, slow speeds, and problems with WiFi and Bluetooth. The issues are so prevalent that many users reportedly have reverted to iOS 10.3.3.
Many have commented that iOS updates typically run into issues due to Spotlight re-indexing. However, the scanning technology used for the new Animoji and iPhone X Face ID relies heavily on the camera, which will drain your battery. More updates soon.