It’s been a bit of a rocky time for Apple, with both iOS 17 and the new iPhone 15 plagued by a number of bugs, some big, some scary, and some just plain annoying.
Now that the third update of iOS 17 is out, hopefully we can leave these pesky bugs behind.
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After every iOS release, people are divided. Some say that their battery life has gone through the roof and they are very happy, while others will describe the impact of the update as extremely bad, claiming that they are not only getting less battery runtime, but their battery health has also decreased.
If you are one of those users who noticed that your battery health has decreased after the update, I recommend reading this article about what Apple doesn’t want you to know about your iPhone battery.
But it’s also important to note that most releases come with major battery bugs, not to mention others, that show up in the first few days. This realization is why there is usually a flurry of updates in the weeks following release.
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If you experience better battery life, good for you. You can stop reading here and go about your day. However, if you’re one of those battery sufferers, I have some tips and tricks to help you make it through the day.