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Apple re-calibrated the battery health monitoring system on the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max in the sixth beta update of iOS 14.5, addressing the issue of incorrect battery health estimates for certain users. This process, according to Apple, could take several weeks to complete. Now that the sixth beta edition of iOS 14.5 has been out for two weeks, some users are starting to notice the new battery health percentage.
On Twitter, 9to5Mac author Benjamin Mayo reported that his iPhone 11 Pro’s maximum battery capacity has improved from 86 percent to 90 percent when compared to the new handset. The technology website The 8-Bit, for example, aggregated the findings of other users.
In a supporting document, Apple reported that the battery health report bug does not accurately represent the iPhone’s actual battery health. This issue should be resolved during the recalibration process. The bug’s signs, according to Apple, include unexplained battery drain or, in a few cases, decreased peak output capabilities.
The user will see “Important Battery Information” in “Settings”> “Battery”> “Battery Health” when the battery health reporting system is recalibrated, but the displayed maximum capacity percentage will not change during the recalibration cycle. When the operation is finished, the message will be removed and a new percentage will appear.
The recalibration may fail in a few cases, resulting in a new battery service message. If this occurs, Apple approved service providers will repair the battery for free to restore maximum output and power, but the company assures customers that it will not pose a safety danger.
iOS 14.5 has been in beta for over two months and is expected to be launched next week. Apple will hold an online event on Tuesday, April 10th at 10 a.m. Pacific Time, where the new iPad Pro and other items are expected to be unveiled.