iOS 14.5 beta boosts iPhone 11 battery health

    The iOS 14.5 beta is scheduled to roll out this week. The latter will bring some new features as well as fixes, therefore one concerning the iPhone 11 battery.

    The iPhone will soon be updated on the new version of iOS 14.5. The latter aims to improve the user experience with the addition of new features and the provision of new fixes. MacRumors media has put forward a patch specially developed for iPhone 11.

    The latter will significantly optimize battery life and display more realistic information on the battery.

    Consumers who are dissatisfied with the iPhone 11 battery

    Since the release of the iPhone 11, users have reported battery issues to Apple. Autonomy would have deteriorated deeply over time and updates deployed by the Cupertino company.

    Apple has been developing iOS 14.5 for a few weeks now, which is currently in a public beta. In this new version, users noticed that the battery life would have improved significantly with the help of a new feature.

    Battery recalibration

    You will not be able to activate it by yourself, this new feature will allow the software part to analyze the battery and recalibrate it in order to improve its lifespan. This is how Benjamin Mayo, a journalist at MacRumors, saw the maximum battery capacity of his iPhone 11 go from 86% to 90% (compared to when the phone was new).

    In a customer support document, Apple writes that iOS 14.5, “which will be launching later this spring, includes an update in which the battery condition reporting system will recalibrate the maximum battery capacity and maximum performance capacity on the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max to remedy inaccurate battery health reporting estimates for some users.»

    The firm also explained that “Symptoms of this bug are manifested by unexpected battery behavior or, in a small number of cases, reduced performance. This inaccurate battery status information does not reflect the actual condition of the battery. »

    A little trip to Apple might be necessary

    Although Apple wishes to do good to your battery, optimizing the latter may not have the desired effect. If this happens, you will need to go to an Apple Store or a store certified by the brand to replace your battery free of charge.

    While waiting for the final version of iOS 14.5 to appear in the coming days, Apple will meet you today Tuesday, April 20, 2020, at 7 p.m. to properly celebrate the first keynote of the year under the sign of spring.

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