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According to Tim Cook we can take away the accelerated battery performance in iOS

All of us who are watching Apple’s every move know all the drama and controversy, especially the latter, that has created the decision made by Cupertino’s company when it decided that its not-so-recent terminals were going to go with an expiration date thanks to an operating system, iOS 11, that was going to electronically manipulate the battery so that it would last considerably less and also make the iPhone itself much less fluid, a feature that defines Apple’s software in all its aspects. After all the demands, Tim Cook has tried to find a solution and said that in an upcoming iOS 11 update it will be possible to disable the battery performance accelerator which makes the battery last less.

It’s a good idea from the point of view of a user who doesn’t know the effects this option can have on the terminal because having it in a kind of power-saving mode with respect to conventional use will leave it out of service or somehow limit many features and functions of the iPhone as such, so we could say that this Apple cold syrup contains side effects.

According to Tim Cook we can take away the accelerated battery performance in iOS
According to Tim Cook we can take away the accelerated battery performance in iOS

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In particular they haven’t announced when they will do it, but they give us to understand that it’s not long until the actual update is available, but not too long since if they were the ones who manipulated iOS to harm the iPhone’s battery life they will also **know how to reverse it or put the option mentioned by Tim Cook **to make it last longer. The CEO of the apple has specifically said that it will be in early 2018.

Source : 9to5Mac

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