At the end of March, Apple released the iOS 10.3 upgrade bearing a whole lot of new features along with some required security improvements to the iPhone.

Some of the new feature that stood out was the Find My AirPods app as well as the ability to add a podcast widget to the device’s Control Center. Besides that, Apple also added an Apple ID profile in the Settings tab.

On top of that, the iOS 10.3 also enhanced the CarPlay connectivity features by improving the app-switching capabilities. Users are now able to quickly switch between listening to music, texting and navigation without having to go through the Home screen.

However, some folks aren’t so pleased with the latest update as many have vented on Reddit thread that ever since they updated to the latest iOS, they have started experiencing massive battery drains on their device, especially those using the iPhone 7.

Although the iOS 10.3.1 fixed the issue for some, most others are still suffering with this battery situation. Have you been experiencing this problem, too?

Is there any way to fix this? If you know of a way, don’t hesitate to share it with us!

1 Comment

RobertC · April 20, 2017 at 6:51 am

Closing all the apps you aren’t using at the time is the only way I’ve gotten battery life up to normal.

The battery tab of settings said it’s email causing the most drain, but I don’t think that’s accurate. Something is running in the background that isn’t showing correctly and it may be older apps. Just a guess though…

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