Is Your iPhone 6S Battery Draining Fast? Fix It With This One Step

Is your iPhone 6S battery draining fast? Does your iPhone 6S suddenly just die out of nowhere? What about when you take it out of your pocket or purse, only to see that your battery is at 40%? Stop dealing with that frustration and read this one-step-fix I have for you and bring the life back in your iPhone 6S.

With older iPhones, a common problem was apparent with the calibration of the battery capacity dwindling after years of use. However, not evening being at their half-birthdays, why is this happening with the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus?

Well, according to Apple, the issue has to do with the fact that the battery indicator is not updating to reflect what it actually should be. Although restarting your iPhone seems to force the indicator to change, it will yet become frozen once again.

Apple has yet to have an exact answer for this strange phenomenon that seems to be happening, but we can expect to see a fix for this in the iOS 9.3 update.

 

Here is the quick and easy fix to bring the life back in your iPhone:

 

  1. Restart your iPhone

 

  1. Once your phone boots back up, go to Settings

 

  1. Then go to General

 

  1. Then Date & Time

 

  1. Make sure that Set Automatically is turned on

 

That is it, and your iPhone 6S is now good to go. Please let me know if this post helped you out in the comments below.

 

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2 thoughts on “Is Your iPhone 6S Battery Draining Fast? Fix It With This One Step

  • February 2, 2016 at 2:54 am
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    Excellent information to know and very simplistic instructions, my son had upgraded to the IPhone 6S and I do hear him at times complain about his battery life. I will let him know your suggestion on how to fix the problem. I currently have a Galaxy Note 5. Question is are you planning on expanding yourtechnological information to include the Android phones? I have not had any issues yet but you never know what might occur.

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    • February 2, 2016 at 2:56 am
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      Glad that the information helped you. Of course, I am expanding my information to include Android phones as well. Definitely working on getting some articles done up to help out Android users as well.

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