Apple introduced an i0S update for the iphones two years ago being 2017. The update came with a hidden feature which is capable of throttling the processing power of the iphone’s processor. The company was criticized because of the feature. This made the Apple company to the reason for their action been that they introduced feature to prevent unexpected or sudden shutdowns of iphones as a result of their aging batteries. In this article we are going to look into the effect iOS 13.1 update on iphone XS and XR performance.
Currently, the feature is set to arrive for the ihpone XS and iphome XR through the iOS 13.1 update. The two products were Apple main hits in 2018. The newly introduced feature was announced on the support page.
The Working Principle of This Feature
The principal function of this feature is restrict the performance of the device to prevent sudden shutdowns, thereby slowing down the performance of the iphone. This feature is automatic in the device, It can only be activated when the battery starts malfunctioning.
Note; The only effect of this feature on your iphone device is to slow down the performance of the device do to long used of the battery. But that does not mean there is no solution for it . The only way to solve the problem is to replace the battery of the phone.
For every reaction there is an action, when this feature came to being, Apple started giving out reasons why they added this feature. In addition to this, to justify their action the company offered some discounts on battery replacements of certain iPhone models.
iPhone 11 to Support The iOS 13.1 Update Feature
Concerning whether iphone 11 will support this feature. As at the time of this article, Apple has not said anything about this. Whether the performance throttling feature will be provided to iPhone 11, its series and other models released this year is still on available. But, 9to5Mac spotted something on the support page which is quite similar to the performance throttling feature.
According to the support page, the newer iPhone models will come with an advanced battery and power management feature. The company has also mentioned that this feature will be “always-on” and “automatic”. All this clearly suggest that the feature similar to the processor throttling is present in iPhone 11, 11Pro, and Pro Max.