Most of the iPhone 7 users have faced slow charging issues as well as battery draining quickly. The phone comes with a higher battery capacity so it is quite unpleasing and a bit surprising for the users to face such a problem. There could be numerous reasons from clogged port to marred wires to incompatible adapters to discordant power sockets.
As stated by the company, it takes approximately 2 hours to charge your iPhone 7 battery. But if you are using low amperage charging cable then it could slow down the charging process. The voltage of iPhone chargers is fixed to 5W but the amperage vary from 500 mA to 2.1 amps. A cable with a higher amp can result in iPhone 7 charging slowly.
However, the only reason to the rapid battery drainage is the abnormal functionality of the apps. There are some applications such as Facebook that are continuously running in the background even if aren’t in use; such massive resource hogs drain the battery very quickly. So, it is highly advisable to turn off the refresh option for background apps.
Few users also complained that the recent software update also causes quick consumption of battery life. It is noted that iOS 11.3 causes increased consumption of battery power when downloading apps, playing games, and receiving emails. Browsing and continuous use of Wi-Fi also highly affects the battery performance.
As the issue of charging iPhone 7 hovers on daily basis, so you instantly need quick solutions to fix it. Here are some suggestion for you:
Follow these steps carefully to restore the battery life of your iPhone 7:
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