After testing iOS 15.5 beta for some time, Apple rolled out the new iOS 15.5 update for public users with the user-facing enhancement, new Siri voice, and added the ability to use Face ID while wearing a mask.
Users from all over the world have started installing the new iOS 15.5. While some geeks are enjoying the new update, some face a battery drain issue on the IOS 15.5 update. Since many users have reported the iOS 15.5 battery drain issue, we have prepared a few workarounds to fix the battery drain bug on iOS 15.5.
How To Fix Battery Drain Issue On iOS 15.5
After installing the iOS 15.5 update, many third-party apps will eat more power of the device. Hence, it would help if you made sure which apps are using more power; you will have to check for the app and delete the unwanted apps that are using much battery of your device. Setting > Battery > Battery Usage Activity.
Either you can set enable Auto-Brightness or set low brightness from the Settings to manage battery life. Go to Settings > Accessibility > Display & Text Size > Auto-Brightness > Enable.
After installing the iOS 15.5 update on your iPhone, if you see some minor bugs or battery drain issues with iOS 15.5 update, resetting the iPhone will help to improve iOS 15.5 battery life.
- Setting > General > Transfer or Reset iPhone.
- Go to the Reset option.
- Tap Reset all the Settings and enter your passcode to reset all the settings.
Turn Off Background App Refresh
Background App Refresh consumes more battery of the device. Hence, it would be better to disable this feature by heading to Settings > General > Background App Refresh > Turn Off Background App Refresh.
Turn Off Location Service
Turning location service off will also help keep your device’s battery life longer. Hence, you can disable Location Service by heading to Settings > Privacy > Location Service > Turn toggle off. You can also keep this option turned on for specific apps.
Turn On Lower Power Mode
Lower Power Mode reduces the background activity of the device. Hence, you need to ensure that the Lower Power Mode option is enabled if you have less battery life. Go to Settings > Battery > Lower Power Mode to enable this option.
Some workarounds can help eliminate the battery drain issues and save some battery life on the iPhone. If you know any other way to save battery