Apple recently released iOS 15.4.1 update that promises to fix some accessibility bugs, like improving security and battery drain issues, which many people were complaining about. Along with that, the company has also released 15.4.1 iPadOS updates.
However, it is still unclear how and to what extent users face this battery drain issue (notably, I wasn’t having any issues after updating to iOS 15.4; moreover, the battery life was improved on iPhone 11 and iPhone 12 Mini). The Apple Support Twitter account stated earlier this month that “normal for your apps and features to need to adjust up to 48 hours following an update” in response to consumers complaining about battery drains. Despite the update being pushed two weeks ago, there are still reports of battery life issues.
Download iOS 15.4.1 update
Since, after the update of iOS 15.4, it brought several other features like Face ID with mask, new emojis, and others. The company claims that the battery life will improve after updating to iOS 15.4.1.
Even if you are getting decent battery life after the iOS 15.4 update, it is still recommended to update to the latest iOS 15.4.1. The update includes security patches for vulnerabilities Apple claims may have been abused in the wild.
How to update to iOS/ iPadOS 15.4.1?
To update your iPhone or iPad, Go To Settings > General > Software Updates and tap on Download Updates.
How to update macOS Monterey 12.3.1?
Heading over to System Preferences > Software Update.