This Is Why Your iPhone Keeps Dying When It Says It Still Has 50% Battery
Luckily there's a quick fix to sort it.
Do you ever feel like your iPhone is lying to you? Like when it says you have 50% battery left and then all of a sudden it dies in your hands, just as you were about to send potentially the wittiest tweet of your whole entire life?
Well it turns out that this might actually be down to a bug in the system of the iPhone 6 and 6s, which Apple are currently working on fixing.
According to the company, this is a quirk that sees the battery percentage indicator freezing and thus seeming to show that you have more power left than you actually do.
It's apparently something happening mainly when users change time zones or change the iPhone's time manually and isn't an issue with your battery at all, but a wider software bug affecting users of the two models.
While they are yet to workout a fix, there is a temporary measure you can take to stop this happening. First up you need to restart your phone and then, once it's loaded up, make sure the date and time are set to automatically update.
To do this go to Settings > General > Date & Time and then ensure Set Automatically is switched into the on position.
- By Linds Foley.
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