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Karlston posted a topic in Mobile NewsiPhone users are reporting severe battery drain while running iOS 14.2 Many different models affected (Image credit: Future) A month ago Apple pushed out iOS 14.2 across handsets from the iPhone 12 to the iPhone 6S, but the upgrade may not have gone as smoothly as everyone would have liked – plenty of users are now reporting battery drain problems with the updated software. As noted by MacRumors, posts on a Reddit thread and the Apple developer forum are detailing issues with big battery drops on iPhones running 14.2. Pl
Karlston posted a topic in Mobile NewsThe Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra’s 120Hz display is a huge battery hog It recharges quickly though, thanks to world's first USB Fast Charger Certification (Image credit: Future) One of the star features of Samsung’s latest Galaxy S20 Ultra flagship smartphone is its ability to run its display at a silky smooth 120Hz, but as discovered by our sister site Tom’s Guide, this optional setting doesn’t play nice with overall battery life. The team conducted a series of tests that compared the beastly 6.9-inch handset’s battery life
Karlston posted a topic in Mobile NewsiPhone users report massive battery drain issues on iOS 13.5.1 caused by Apple Music Users are reporting on Reddit and Apple’s forums (spotted by MacRumors) that Apple Music is significantly affecting their iPhones’ battery life, with some users seeing the app hog 85% of the total battery life. The original thread in the Cupertino giant’s support forum was created in April, but the responses have increased greatly in July. Apple released iOS 13.5.1 back in June that brought with it some security features, but reporting from last week suggests that the release does suffer from
steven36 posted a topic in Mobile NewsAt the end of a robotic test, the difference was considerable. Dark mode is a key feature on iOS 13, but can it really extend your iPhone's battery life? If it's an OLED model, the answer seems to be a firm yes, according to tests done by PhoneBuff. They used robotic devices to perform identical tasks on two iPhone XS test devices, one in light and one in dark mode. That included watching a YouTube video, using Twitter, navigating with Google Maps and chatting on the Messages app. At the end of the test th