Apple's support team has responded to complaints that the latest iOS 15 update is causing iPhone batteries to drain faster, and suggested one solution. It's quite common for an iOS update to cause faster than usual draining of an iPhone battery, with it being seen for instance after iOS 14.6. Similarly, users complained about the same problem when the iPhone 12 Pro came out. With the issue affecting an unknown number of iOS 15.4 users, though, Apple has offered an explanation and suggestion. It's not an acknowledgement of any unusual battery drain issue. Instead, it's advice that could be applied after any update. Nonetheless, this time Apple support is actively recommending that users wait to see if the issue resolves itself. And it is offering to follow up if problems persist.

Apple responds to iOS 15.4 battery drain complaints

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Apple's support team has responded to complaints that the latest iOS 15 update is causing iPhone batteries to drain faster, and suggested one solution. It's quite common for an iOS update to cause faster than...
Apple’s new Studio Display is more than it appears – it has an Apple A13 chipset (iPhone 11), 64 GB of storage and runs the latest iOS 15.4. Apparently, only 2 GB of the internal storage are currently in use, so there is plenty of room for new features. What is it that the Studio Display does that needs a fairly powerful smartphone chipset? Right now it implements Center Stage for the built-in webcam. This feature originally launched on the iPad . It follows one or more people and makes sure they are in the middle of the frame during video calls, even if they get up and move around. The camera is reportedly suffering from some teething issues, but those may be fixed in software – the Apple A13 has a capable ISP after all. That camera has an ultra wide lens (122°) and a 12 MP sensor, by the way, so it’s already much better than a typical laptop webcam. Interestingly, the second generation Apple TV 4K is powered by an Apple A12 chipset, so the Studio Display is actually more powerful than it. Apple could, in theory, get the display to work as a standalone Apple TV device, but whether it wants to do that is another question. It’s not clear what kind of connectivity is available on board, which may be the limiting factor.

The Apple Studio display has an A13 chipset, 64GB storage and runs iOS 15.4

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Apple’s new Studio Display is more than it appears – it has an Apple A13 chipset (iPhone 11), 64 GB of storage and runs the latest iOS 15.4. Apparently, only 2 GB of the...

How to Set Up Google Assistant on Android and iOS

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Want to learn how to use Google Assistant on your Android device or iPhone? Here are the steps you need to get started. Digital voice assistants have become an important part of our lives, and...
Twitter Spaces for iOS testing audio clips tool with select hosts

Twitter Spaces for iOS testing audio clips tool with select hosts

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Twitter Spaces is testing a new clipping tool for select hosts on iOS. Announced this week, these hosts can clip 30 seconds of audio from recorded Spaces and share them with others. It’s a...
Apple unveils new disco ball emoji in latest iOS update

Apple unveils new disco ball emoji in latest iOS update

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After almost a year’s worth of rumors, Apple has answered the call from the fans. The tech giant has officially joined the party as they deliver on what has been a heavily requested feature for a...