My iPhone 7 battery draining fast suddenly. I don’t know why. Last night I saw the battery percentage. It was 98%. But today morning it was completely drained out. There was only 20% battery on my phone. I didn’t even touch the phone throughout the night. It happens only after upgrading my phone to iOS 11. Then one of my friends suggested I try some solutions to fix this issue. If you have the same issue, this article will help you to fix it.
Solution 1: Turn off “Background App Refresh”
Turning on Background App Refresh may drain the battery level.
- Go to Settings->General->Background App Refresh.
- Tap “Background App Refresh”.
- Select “Off” from 3 options (Off, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi & Mobile Data”.
Solution 2: Hard Reset/Force Restart
Press and hold the Home Button and Wake/Sleep (Power) Button simultaneously until the Apple Logo appears.
Solution 3: Check Battery consumption for Apps
- Launch Settings->battery.
- Under “BATTERY USAGE”, you can see the battery consumption for each app. Find which one (app) makes your battery draining so fast.
Solution 4: Turn on “Auto-Brightness”
Auto-Brightness automatically adjusts the screen to lighting conditions.
- Launch Settings->General->accessibility->Display Accommodations.
- Toggle on (turn on) Auto-Brightness.
Solution 5: Reduce the Brightness
- Go to Control Center.
- Adjust the brightness level
Solution 6: Turn off Raise to Wake Up
- Launch Settings.
- And tap on the Display & Brightness.
- Now toggle Off the Raise to Wake Up option.
Solution 7: Turn off “Low Power Mode”
Low Power Mode reduces power consumption. When it is on, Background App Refresh, mail fetch, Hey Siri, some visual effects, and automatic downloads are turned off or reduced.
- Go to Settings->Battery.
- Turn on “Low Power Mode”.
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Solution 8: Turn OFF Vibration
Turning off the Vibrate option may help to stop the battery drain issue. Because if you turn it on, when getting a lot of the notifications on your iPhone cause to reduce the battery percentage.
Solution 9: Restore your phone in DFU/Recovery Mode
Before doing it, take a Backup. Because this action will erase all data on your phone.
- Connect your iPhone 7 via Lightning (USB) cable to the Mac or PC.
- Open iTunes on your PC or MAC. Make sure that iTunes is upgraded to the latest version.
- Press and hold the Home Button. At the same time, press and hold the Wake/Sleep (Power) button at the top right of the iPhone while holding the Home Button.
- Hold both buttons until the Apple logo appears.
- Don’t leave it after seeing the Apple logo appears.
- Keep holding until the recovery mode screen appears. A box will open with three options. Choose “Restore”. Wait until the process is finished.
- Restart your device forcibly (steps 3 & 4) and then set up your phone.
- Replace the battery.
- Make sure that you have updated your phone.
- Reduce the Brightness level.
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