Apple is working to fix a glitch that prevents the battery percentage from updating on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. In simpler words, the affected phone’s battery indicator gets stuck and shows higher percentage of battery level even when it is discharging and has lesser power. Also Read - Apple is likely to add this old iPhone model to its vintage product list on December 31Also Read - Can the new Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 chipset take on Apple M1?
Acknowledging the issue, Apple says the bug occurs when users have manually changed the time zone or it changes automatically when they travel. Also Read - Apple India reveals the best apps for iPhone, iPad, and Mac in 2021: Check out the list
Apple has suggested a temporary fix for the issue – reboot the smartphone and then check the time zone settings, via Settings > General > Date & Time. Apple is encouraging users to contact the company via Apple Support if the bug isn t resolved.
Apple is working on iOS 9.3 update right now. However, the company may release a small update, iOS 9.2.1, ahead of the bigger update to fix the issue.
Apple last month released the iOS 9.2 update, which brought in improvements to Apple Music, 3D Touch for iBooks and bug-fixes among others. The forthcoming iOS 9.3, however, is likely to bring a slew of new features such as Night Shift, fingerprint locking for Notes and improved CarPlay. The version is currently in beta phase, and the final version is expected to roll out by end of the next month.