No matter what the cause may be, there’s always a fix for an incorrect battery level in your Mac’s Menu Bar.
Many people are complaining about poor battery life after deploying the latest i OS 10.1.1 software update on their i Phone, which released for public consumption on October 31 and squashed bugs where Health data couldn’t be viewed for some users.
I use my i Phone 6s much in the same way daily as I used to before updating to i OS 10.1.1 and it usually shuts down at some point after the battery falls below the fifty percent mark, typically around the 30 percent mark.
Once that telltale red dot shows up on your device's Settings app, you're ready for i OS 10.
It’s possible that the cruft which inevitably gets accumulated from earlier i OS installations may be causing this.
Last year, Apple beat back reports in China and the U. before finally admitting that some i Phone 6S device batteries were faulty.
The problem is that these bizarre battery issues extend back to the still-in-use i Phone 5S and through to the i Phone 6S (but not, as far as I can tell, the i Phone 7 and i Phone 7 Plus, at least not yet).
They include battery-percentage free falls, where you can watch your battery life drain from, say, 30% to zero in the space of a few minutes or suddenly shut down with 20-30% battery life remaining.
There's also the perplexing sudden supercharge, like I described at the outset: The battery demands to be charged only to show hearty available battery life as soon as you plug it in.
Even though many people complained to me about bizarre battery hiccups, I was unconvinced until I experienced virtually every one of them myself.