Table of Contents
- 1 Here are 10 potential solutions to speed up your slow and retarded iOS 10/10.1/10.2
- 1.1 Solution#1: Reboot Your Device
- 1.2 Solution#2: Erase All Settings
- 1.3 Solution#3: Turn On Airplane Mode
- 1.4 Solution#4: Turn Off Background App Refresh
- 1.5 Solution#5: Enable Location Service When Using the App
- 1.6 Solution#6: Enable Low Power Mode
- 1.7 Solution#7: Disable iCloud Keychain
- 1.8 Solution#8: Check the Battery Usage
- 1.9 Solution#9: Downgrade to Old Version
- 1.10 Solution#10: Restore Your Device
- 1.11 Have more queries? Ask for our customer support!
Suffering from 30% battery bug?
Now-a-days, excessive battery drain is a serious issue for people using iOS 10 and other versions as well. Many people complained that new iOS kills battery life on their iPhone even when the iOS device is being used normally.
Shockingly, the Issue Isn’t Universal!
Lots of people have reported that their batteries are performing well as expected. So, where is the difference? (Must be the way of your iPhone usage).
If you’re using iOS 10/10.1/10.2 then, you must be prepared to charge your iPhone more than usual, otherwise you will meet with annoying battery issues on your device.
Still Issue Persists?
Here are 10 potential solutions to speed up your slow and retarded iOS 10/10.1/10.2
Solution#1: Reboot Your Device
Press and hold down the Home button and switch on/off until the Apple logo appears.
Solution#2: Erase All Settings
Open Settings app > General > Reset > Reset All Settings to factory default.
Solution#3: Turn On Airplane Mode
You can enable Airplane Mode if you do not need to use your iPhone for a long time, this will also save your battery life.
Solution#4: Turn Off Background App Refresh
By enabling this feature, the app working in the background uses the battery continuously. Go to Settings > General > Background App Refresh > Turn it off.
Solution#5: Enable Location Service When Using the App
Go to Settings app > Privacy > Location Services to set it enable.
Solution#6: Enable Low Power Mode
To enable low power mode, Go to Settings > Battery > Turn on Low Power Mode.
Solution#7: Disable iCloud Keychain
iCloud keychain greatly consumes your battery, prefer to disable it. Go to Settings > iCloud > Keychain > Turn it off.
Solution#8: Check the Battery Usage
Go to Settings > Battery to check if there is an app that is the chief culprit. If yes, immediately disable/ uninstall the app from your.
Solution#9: Downgrade to Old Version
If all the above solutions fails to work and cannot help you to get rid of the annoyances, then you can downgrade from iOS 10 to iOS 9.3.5.
Solution#10: Restore Your Device
If you have tried all above solutions and unable to get rid of the issue, then go for Restoration. This will erase all the settings and contents from your device, so first restore from one backup to have a try.
Hope this guide can help you fix battery drain issue successfully on your iPhone.