Apple’s, claims that have drastically reduced the number ondom outages experienced by owners of older phones series of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S.
Over the past few months, many owners of 2014 and 2015 devices say their phones were suddenly power off.
The company said that the operating system IOS 10.2.1 edition came to the rescue, with a 80% reduction in trips to 6S and a reduction of 70% for the iPhone 6.
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Apple’s, said the update “made improvements to reduce the incidence of unexpected outages, that a small number of users experienced with their iPhone.”
So what was the problem? Well, Tech Crunch reports that “the sudden bursts of activity” would cause too much energy to draw the older battery to handle.
This caused an emergency shutdown for a limited number of users affected by the issues to be Apple’s, to make adjustments to the power management system.
In a statement, Apple has made it clear it was not a Galaxy Note 7 in the style of a security issue, but simply an inconvenience that is currently largely been drastically reduced, it has not yet been completely eradicated.
The company added: “We also added the ability for your phone to restart, without the need to connect to the power, if the user still meets the unexpected shutdown is important to note that these unexpected shutdowns are not a security issue, but we understand it can be uncomfortable and wanted. fix the problem as quickly as possible. If the customer has any problems with their device they can contact AppleCare “.