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Apple released details about the upcoming iOS 11.3 update for iPhones, which has more information about the new battery and power-management features.
In its detailed note, Apple subtly reminds users that it started slowing down iPhone performance in January 2017, and that it was not a long-standing practice.
Apple also hints that the company informed users about the 2017 power management feature, which is true, but the explanation at the time wasn’t clear enough.

Apple published a post on Wednesday containing details about the upcoming iOS 11.3 update for iPhones, which includes details about the new battery and power-management features the company recently promised.

There isn’t much about the iPhone battery and power management features in Apple’s iOS 11.3 preview that we don’t already know. It basically says the new version of iOS shows your battery health and will recommend when it needs to be replaced.

It also says you’ll be able to turn off the iPhone’s power management feature that slows down an iPhone’s chip to prevent unexpected shutdowns if your iPhone’s battery isn’t healthy enough.

Here are Apple’s own words:

iOS 11.3 adds new features to show battery health and recommend if a battery needs to be serviced. These can be found in …read more

Source:: Businessinsider – Technology

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