How to Fix iOS 7.1 Battery Problem, In an attempt to fix a serious security issue Apple recently released an update version to iOS 7 and as a result of this Apple was urging all users to update immediate to the released iOS 7.1 version. This came with a twist as a many of the users raised complaints having issues with iOS 7.1, iPhones getting heated up and consuming battery way too fast as compared to the previous version.
It is not clear why the update caused such problems as just one line of iOS 7 code was adjusted. As with most updates, problems do rise, but they can always be fixed. The battery problem can be fixed as follows:
- Tap twice on the home button, this will pop up the application switcher
- Next do a hard reset on your device, by holding down the power and home buttons at the same time until the Apple Logo shows up on your screen
- Swipe up on each card to shut down every application that is still active in the background. With iOS 7.1 you are able to switch off up to 3 applications at once using more than one finger. This makes the work faster and easier.
The procedure above puts you at a position to deal with both the battery consumption issue and the heating up problem in a simple way. After just a few days of apple releasing the better version iOS 7.0.6, an updated jailbreak, Evasi0n 7 was released by evad3rs.
After that they followed up by releasing Evasi0n 7 v1.0.7 [Download here] to sort out issues related to bundle package list not able to update. The later release of iOS 6.1.6 by Apple saw another jailbreak package being released by P0Sixspwn. This jailbreak package is a standalone.Top Trending Articles :
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