Many users report that after updating to iOS version 13.5.1, iPhone battery life is reduced “without interruption”.
With iOS 14 over the next 2 months, Apple hasn’t stopped releasing minor updates to iOS 13 in the last few weeks. Version 13.5.1 was released last month with advanced facial recognition and exposure features that developers can use to track Covid-19 to slow down the spread of the virus.
There are usually fewer bugs in the latest iOS updates, but with iOS 13.5.1 there are problems experienced by Apple Music users. According to MacRumors, many iOS users have significant battery power when using Apple Music. Even more worrying is the battery in the background remains flat, even though Apple Music isn’t open. Several other users have noticed that their device is also very hot during operation.
Many complaints on social networks and forums about this problem on iOS 13.5.1 and some users suggest that they can fix the problem by resetting all device settings under Access to Settings> General> Reset> Reset all settings. But many people say that this method does not fix errors. A small number of users fix the problem by completely uninstalling and reinstalling the music application.
At this point, it seems that affected users temporarily apply the above methods to fix the problem and wait for the next iOS version with more stability.