iPhone 11 Battery
Battery life is one of the iPhone 11 series’ biggest selling points, but some iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max users are seeing their battery drain faster than normal. These issues are sometimes tricky to fix, but there are some things to try before downgrading or taking your phone into a store.
Apple’s 2019 iPhone models are out on shelves and in the hands of thousands of consumers around the world. As we push away from their release we’re getting feedback from iPhone 11 users and forming some opinions of our own.
A lot of the feedback has been great and many people are enjoying the performance they’re getting out of the new flagships. That said, we’re also hearing about some of the issues iPhone 11 users are facing in the early going.
We’ve seen complaints about a variety of issues ranging from scratched screens to Wi-Fi issues to problems with first-party apps. We’ve also seen some complaints about faster than normal battery loss.
Battery life issues are extremely common, particularly after Apple releases new software, so these complaints don’t come as much of a surprise.
Some of these issues might be hardware related, but most are probably related to the iOS 13 software that powers these devices.
If you’re seeing a horrible battery drain your first instinct might be to get in contact with Apple customer service. That’s an option, but you should try fixing the issue on your own before you bring your phone in.
In this guide, we’ll take you through some fixes that might help you fix the bad iPhone 11 battery life. These are fixes that have worked for us over the years and they might help you solve your battery issues in minutes. Restart Your Phone
If you start noticing a weird battery drain try restarting your iPhone. Power it down, wait for a minute, and then power it back on. This typically works wonders, especially if your device hasn’t been powered down in awhile. Update Your Phone
If you’re running old iOS 13 software, try updating your phone to the latest version.