The latest iOS update for iPhone seriously affects the battery, and it also seems to cause excessive overheating. At the moment Apple has not commented.
Buying an iPhone is always an event, not only because it is one of the best mobile phones on the market, but also because it involves a large economic investment and the user in these cases wants their device to work perfectly.
For years, the iPhone battery has been the weak point of these Cupertino devices, and although a few launches have improved the autonomy of the iPhone, they are still well below what an Android mobile device offers. In that aspect.
But when a recent iOS update negatively affects iPhone battery life, the problem is much more serious. The user community has denounced that the iOS 14.6 update launched a few days ago, is causing the iPhone battery to drain very quickly bringing overheating problems along the way.
The problem is repeated in many iPhone models running the latest iOS 14.6 update, and the aforementioned rapid battery drain, they also report overheating issues, even when the iPhone is totally idle.
An iPhone battery malfunction can further reduce their life cycle, so Apple must be quick to launch a patch to correct an error that could affect many users, especially those who have had an iPhone for years and where the battery no longer has the best health.
Seems to be, that the battery drains much faster when the podcast app is running, and at the moment those of Cupertino have not commented on the matter.
While this iOS 14.6 update brings other novelties such as Apple Card Family, the new application for subscription podcasts, improvements to AirTag, Apple Music Lossless audio support and much more, it is clear that a problem of these characteristics of the battery can cause that many users do not accept the latest update.