Apple corrected the battery problems with iOS 10.2.1. In recent months, iPhone 6, 6S, 6 Plus, and 6S Plus users have faced a bug that causes their phones to suddenly shutdown. On January 23, Apple released a new update to its operating system to correct this problem: iOS 10.2.1. In a statement collected by TechCrunch, the Cupertino company claims that the latter has reduced this type of breakdown by 80% on the iPhone 6 and 6S.
The crash was caused by an irregular supply of old batteries, which then triggered the immediate shutdown of the smartphone. To correct the problem, the apple brand has provided iOS 10.2.1 with an automatic restart function. For versions 6 Plus and 6S Plus, this is only available in iOS 10.3 (currently in beta).
Apple announced today via a support page that the January 23 update of its operating system informs users about the state of the battery of the iPhone. They are now alerted if it needs to be replaced. In Settings> Battery, the message “Your iPhone battery may need to be repaired”Is displayed if there is a problem.