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iOS 7.0.6 Battery Blues? Here’s a Fix

28 February 2014 5,328 views One Comment

Because it patches the

Because it patches the “go to fail” SSL certificate security vulnerability, Apple’s iOS 7.0.6 is an absolute necessity. That said, some iPhone users, not many, have noticed a battery issue that makes their Apple smartphones hot and powerless.

So, if you have the iOS 7.0.6 battery blues, here is what you need to do:

1. Log into your iPhone and bring up the multitasking screen (double-tap the Home button)

2. Quit all running apps by swiping each up.

3. Force reboot your iPhone by pressing and holding Home and Power buttons until it restarts

And, you should be good to go.

If not, you might need to factory reset your iPhone and reinstall the latest iOS updates. Remember to back up first.

Are you satisfied with Apple’s responses — OS X 10.9.2 and iOS 7.0.6 and iOS 6.1.6 — to the go to fail issue?

Via OS X Daily

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One Comment »

  • JJ Mackey said:

    I’m pretty sure the reason for this is that there was a reindexing of all the data which occurred in the background after the update… Just because an app shows up in the multitasking window doesn’t mean it’s actually running.

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