Apple has introduced four new iPhone 12 models. However, does that mean your own fan is working slower?
Right now, iPhone owners are turning to Twitter to complain that their iPhones are not performing as well as usual.
Some conspiratorial users link this to Apple’s iPhone 12 launch event, suggesting that getting you to upgrade is a sinister conspiracy.
After all, there are currently four new iPhone 12 models – starting at $ 1274.
However, there is no evidence that Apple is engaged in any major conspiracy. The answer is much simpler – and unfortunately, more boring.
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As part of the new iPhone launch, Apple recently rolled out the new iOS 14 update.
Your phone’s files and apps are arranged in indexes so that all of your phone’s information is organized and, above all, quickly available.
When a major software update is done, many of the codes and systems that make up your phone are changed significantly.
This means that your iPhone will have to reorganize and index the apps and data on your phone to make it more searchable. This places high demands on the processor of your iPhone, which inevitably drains your battery additionally.
The good news is that this process only takes about 24 to 48 hours, so your battery life should be back to normal a few days after the iOS 14 update.
Of course, there are other reasons why your performance and battery life may be struggling as well.
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With the landing of iOS 14, many developers suddenly start updating their apps to support the new system and features.
Because of this, you’ve probably seen many more app updates on your app store lately.
If you have automatic app updates enabled, these updates will run in the background throughout the day.
This creates an additional processor load and requires an internet connection which drains the battery faster.
It’s also likely that a new iPhone will simply make you think more about the performance of your current model.
If you’ve had an iPhone for a few years, it may not work as well as it did when it was fresh out of the box.
And seeing other conspiratorial posts on Twitter could lead to a similar train of thought.
We usually use our phones a little more often with major iPhone updates.
Interested users are rushing to try new features and spending more time on their phones every day.
This also contributes to the battery life of your phone.
So ignore the conspiracy theorists: Apple isn’t ruining your iPhone experience so you can upgrade to newer models.
Your battery life and iPhone performance will almost certainly improve in the next few days.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and has been reproduced with permission
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