Users who have updated their iPhones to the latest iOS version (13.5.1), please note. There are several cases worldwide of iPhones whose batteries are drained quickly up to 95% in record time. Apparently the culprit for this error is the standard music app on iPhones, Apple Music, or Music.
Although there are some cases reported in previous versions of iOS, most seem to come from iOS 13.5.1, the most recent version. Apple has not yet responded to the errors but is expected to release an update to correct the error, we hope.
It goes without saying that affected users will start looking for alternatives to Apple Music, such as Spotify, for example. This is the largest streaming platform in the world, with Apple Music in second place. This situation will not help the apple company in this rivalry.
What to do if you are affected by the Apple Music bug
According to MacRumors, here’s what to do if you’re affected by this bizarre error.
- Uninstall the Apple Music app
- Close the Apple Music app
- Restart iPhones
- Turn off automatic downloads (Settings> Music> Automatic downloads)
- Disable app update in the background (Settings> General> App update in the background> Disable Music)
- Turn off mobile data (Settings> Music> Mobile Data
- Cancel all transfers in the music library
If none of these steps work, you can try resetting the iPhone to factory settings. Unfortunately, so far it seems that no solution is definitive and as mentioned, Apple has not yet released any updates to correct this error.
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