Apple iPhone will get better battery life after iOS 9 upgrade
In one of the noteworthy announcements made by Apple at its 2015 Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) held in San Francisco last week, the company revealed that the forthcoming new iOS version - iOS 9 - will enhance the battery life of iPhones upgraded to the new software.
Announcing that the new iOS 9 version will give the iPhone an improved battery life, Apple said that the improvement has essentially resulted from the company's observation of the behavior of regular iPhone users. On the basis of the observations, the company found a number of ways to cut down the power consumption of the iPhone.
About the imminent improvement coming to the iPhone battery life with the rollout of iOS 9, which is scheduled for launch this fall, Apple said that a fully charged iPhone running the iOS 9 version will likely give its users an extended battery life of one full hour more than the handset's current battery life. The increased battery life will based entirely on software tweaks which Apple is bringing to iOS 9.
In addition, according to the information shared by Apple, the iOS 9 version will also introduce a low-power mode which will further extend the iPhone battery life by three hours on a fully charged handset. However, Apple said that the low-power mode will likely be used by iPhone users who have desperately low batteries, in an effort to survive until they get a chance to recharge their handsets.
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