“I installed iOS 10.2 on my iPhone 6s plus, but a while late the battery was completely discharged, what changed in iOS 10.2 to affect battery usage like this? Please tell me how to fix this trouble.” Below is a tutorial for us to learn how to handle iOS 10.2 battery draining fast.
Part 1: How to fix iOS 10.2 Battery Draining Fast
Step 1: First to check the battery usage. Go to settings – to check battery if there is an app that is the chief culprit. Then reboot your iPhone, here you need to hold down the wake/sleep button and home button until the Apple Logo appears.
Step 2: Reset all settings. Go to settings – General – Reset – Reset all settings to factory default.
Step 3: Enable Low power mode. Go to settings – Battery – Turn on low power mode.
Step 4: You can turn on airplane mode. Here you just need to enable airplane mode when you are not using the iPhone.
Step 5: Try to turn off background app refresh. We all know when you turn on this feature, the app will work in the background and use the battery. So if you don’t need the apps refresh automatically, you can just Go to settings – General – Background App Refresh – Turn it off. That’s OK now.
Step 6: Please turn off location services. Just open settings app, go to privacy and location services, you can click turn it off. On the other way, you can also set it to enable the services while using the app.
Step 7: You can disable iCloud keychain. Simply go to settings, and then to iCloud, keychain just turn it off. Or you can downgrade to the old version.
Step 8: Restore your device. This step can erase all the settings and content on your device, so it is the last option.
Part 2: How to fix iOS 10.2 stuck issues
To iOS 10.2 stuck, most users think it is another common trouble to most iPhone, iPad and iPod users. When your devices stuck on Apple logo, black/blue screen, what will you do? The option for me to is to use Tenorshare Reiboot. It is an all-in-one program to fix iOS device stuck issues.
Step 1: Download and install Reiboot on any accessible computer. Then running this program on your computer
Step 2: Now you can connect your iOS devices from USB cable to the PC or Mac. The freeware supports the latest iPhone 7, iPhone 7 plus.
Step 3: Here you can click highlighted “Enter Recovery Mode’ to start to fix the apple logo stuck issue.
Step 4: After several seconds, after the process complete. You will find the “Exit Recovery Mode” is clickable. Click “Exit Recovery Mode’ to reboot the stuck device. Now your device is rebooting successfully.
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