Have you had your iPhone 6 shut down randomly with 30% battery left?
You're not alone.Many Apple users have been reporting this annoying battery bug, but there was seemingly no fix for it — and Apple refused to acknowledge it was an issue.Until now.Apple says in a statement first reported by TechCrunch that it fixed the bug in the most recent version of iOS 10.2.1., which was released on January 23.
Here's Apple's comment on the matter, provided to Business Insider: With iOS 10.2.1, Apple made improvements to reduce occurrences of unexpected shutdowns that a small number of users were experiencing with their iPhone.
iOS 10.2.1 already has over 50% of active iOS devices upgraded and the diagnostic data we ve received from upgraders shows that for this small percentage of users experiencing the issue, we re seeing a more than 80% reduction in iPhone 6s and over 70% reduction on iPhone 6 of devices unexpectedly shutting down.We also added the ability for the phone to restart without needing to connect to power, if a user still encounters an unexpected shutdown.
It is important to note that these unexpected shutdowns are not a safety issue, but we understand it can be an inconvenience and wanted to fix the issue as quickly as possible.
If a customer has any issues with their device they can contact AppleCare.So if your iPhone is shutting down randomly, you should upgrade to the latest version of iOS as soon as possible.