Recently, the tech giant Apple has explained that the new iPhone models like the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X, will not be affected by the already named Batterygate issue. Yes, it means the new iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X will not experience performance and battery problems.
Apple: iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus & iPhone X Will Not Experience Performance & Battery Problems
Today, the tech giant Apple has included in iOS 11.3 Beta 2 a section to check the health of the battery of an iPhone, as well as the possibility of eliminating the energy profile that reduces the performance of the processor.
At the same time, the tech giant Apple has explained that the new models, the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, will not be affected, at least to a large extent, by the already named Batterygate issue. And the tech giant Apple would have addressed the problem both at the software and hardware level.
If you have purchased one of the latest iPhone models, be it the iPhone 8, the iPhone 8 Plus or the iPhone X, in the future they will not be affected – at least to the same extent as previous generations affected by the batterygate. This has been confirmed by the tech giant Apple itself on its website, as an update in the support area to illustrate the new section to check the status of the iPhone battery.
Goodbye to the battery problems in the new iPhone?
Although the problem related to the batteries of the affected iPhones was discovered in December of last year, but the tech giant Apple was already aware of the failure. It was when the tech giant Apple silently implemented a patch on the iPhone 6 that prevented them from restarting constantly. A patch that was eventually discovered to reduce processor performance.
Once discovered the reason, with the launch of the new iPhone 8, its Plus version and the iPhone X, the firm has already solved – or at least minimized – part of the problem.
This is understood in one of its explanations on its website in which the tech giant Apple explains how the new section of iOS 11.3 will work from which the state of deterioration of the iPhone battery can be controlled.
Modifications in hardware and software
According to exposed data, the hardware and software of the iPhone 8 and iPhone X have been designed to make a more accurate reading of the energy needs of the system and, at the same time, the qualities and state of the battery at that precise moment. The result is that the chances of an involuntary restart due to the lack of amperage of the iPhone battery are minimized.
However, the company wants to avoid misunderstandings and ensures that the batteries will also end up losing their qualities over time, something that will force the user to replace the battery with a new one to maintain the stability and performance of your iPhone.
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