Apple’s iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus users might face an issue where the battery percentage indicator might not get updated automatically. Apple has acknowledge the issue and posted on its website, which can be accessed here.
According to the Apple post, the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus battery percentage might not update after a change in time-zone. According to Apple, if a user changes the time on their phone either manually or if there is an automatic update due to a shift in time-zone during travel, the issue could crop up.
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Apple has listed out the following steps for users
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1) Restart iPhone.
2) Go to Settings > General > Date & Time and make sure that Set Automatically is turned on.
If the issue still persists, users will have to contact Apple support. The company says it is monitoring the issue and will try and find a solution.
Recently Apple’s iPad Pro had also faced issues where the screen became unresponsive and would turn black for no apparent reason.
Also see: Apple acknowledges iPad Pro problems, promises a fix: report