The iOS 11.3 Beta 2 arrives with Battery Heath Feature

Posted February 11, 2018

Apple says that the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X all feature hardware that make its new power management options unnecessary, though the company doesn't seem to be ruling out launching a similar feature for those smartphone at some point in the future.

The letter comes just a few weeks after Apple admitted that the company was secretly slowing down older iPhones to compensate for the loss in battery efficiency and to maintain optimum battery life.

Following the iPhone battery throttling revelations at the end of previous year, Apple promised to introduce new battery health features to iOS 11.3, as well as a toggle that will let users disable performance throttling on devices with weak battery. There are also some people blaming the iOS 11.2 update for this glitch, and a user claims that he could still not accept his calls even after updating to the latest iOS 11.2.5 version. Sharp that supplied parts for the iPhone X reportedly failed to renew the deal. The tenth-anniversary iPhone model is everything that a user would like to have for a highly innovative device. If you have the compatible gadget then you can test it easily.

In line with what the company told customers previous year, Apple's Public Policy Vice President Cynthia Hogan reiterated to Thune that the upcoming iOS 11.3 update will give users "greater visibility into the health of their iPhones".

Apple soon began offering replacement batteries at a discount. In spite of its breakthrough features such as 3D facial recognition via Face ID, the iPhone X is still plagued with some technical issues. In India, the prices start at Rs 2000 for replacing battery. Before you go any further, you might want to take a look at my list of precautions and caveats related to running beta software on your iPhone.

"Additionally, users can see if the performance management feature that dynamically manages maximum performance to prevent unexpected shutdowns is on and can choose to turn it off".

Power management will be disabled on all devices when the iOS 11.3 beta is installed, but if an iPhone experiences an unexpected shutdown, power management will automatically be turned on.