Two weeks after iOS 15.4 was released, Apple is now rolling out the iOS 15.4.1 update to fix battery issues that some users were experiencing. As is known, several users who previously complained on Twitter and claimed that their iPhone or iPad batteries run out quickly after updating the iOS/iPadOS version to 15.4.
Some claim that charging cannot be done to 100 percent and the battery immediately drops to around 90 percent after a few minutes of use. Well, in the list of changes aka the iOS 15.4.1 changelog, Apple claims that it has now fixed the battery draining problem, which mainly affects devices running iOS 15.4 and iPadOS 15.4.
Before the release of iOS 15.4.1, Apple said that it is normal for users to experience battery drain issues after installing the iOS 15.4 update. Users are advised to wait up to 48 hours after updating. , according to Apple, applications on mobile phones need time to adapt to iOS 15.4. During this time, the iPhone battery may drain quickly and experience sudden heat.
However, this is considered normal and will disappear over time. “It’s perfectly normal for apps and features to make adjustments for up to 48 hours after an update,” Apple wrote. Also read: iOS 15.4 Complains of Making Battery Waste, Apple Calls It Normal In addition to battery problems, the iOS 15.4.1 update also fixes the issue of various braille devices, aka special devices for blind users that are suddenly unresponsive when used.
Apple also updated the connectivity issues that plagued various Apple-licensed audio devices or “Made for iPhone/iPad” devices. Previously, these devices were reported to have the potential to stop working when paired with third-party applications that were not made by Apple. Now, to update a device with iOS/iPadOS 15.4.1, users simply access the settings page or “Settings”.
There, users can select the “General” and “Software Update” menus to update their iOS device to the latest version. In addition to iOS 15.4.1, Apple also released the tvOS 15.4.1 update for AppleTV, watchOS 8.5.1 for various Apple Watch products, and macOS 12.3.1 for sharing Mac computer products.