In October, Apple unveiled its annual new iPhone 12 line, which runs on the A14 bionic chip. This is also the first iPhone to support 5G. By default, when the user sets the iPhone 12, the phone activates automatic 5G mode, which turns on 5G data only if it doesn’t significantly reduce battery life.
According to 9to5Mac, a growing number of iPhone 12 users are finding that the battery of the iPhone 12 in standby mode will quickly run out even when wi-fi or 5G is turned off.
IT House has learned that when buying a new phone, users often feel the battery drain faster. But this is usually due to early increases in usage, checking for new features, restoring data, and checking for application updates.
Users in the Apple community have pointed out that the iPhone 12 Pro’s battery drains quickly in standby mode. Shortly after they received the iPhone 12 Pro in late October, they found that standby power consumption was about 4% per hour.
According to 9to5Mac, more than 1,000 people have so far reported experiencing the same problem. Many people saw a 20 to 40 per cent drop in battery power overnight, and many tried operations such as turning off 5G and turning off background app refresh.
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