Dealing With Five Power Issues On iPhone 11 After Updating To iOS 13.2.3

All you did was installed the latest iOS update on your iPhone 11 and then all of sudden your phone is acting up. If any you are dealing any of the symptoms enumerated below, then there’s a good chance that you’re dealing with a post-update power issue on your iPhone 11.

Ten days ago, Apple rolled the latest iOS update for devices running on the iOS 13 platform. The latest version released on the 18th of November was iOS 13.2.3. This update was intended to deliver bug fixes and system improvements. Among the bugs the new update was programmed to address include those affecting Mail, Files, and Notes apps, particularly system search and in-app search that weren’t working. Other issues that this update addresses are on photos, links, and other attachments that are not shown in the Messages details view. The iOS 13.2.3 update was pushed to stop apps from downloading content in the background and to resolve issues that prevent Mail from fetching new messages. Apparently, the recent update works as a fix patch for many confirmed issues on different iOS devices. But just like any prior iOS releases, the new update also resulted in another set of problems to address. Among the said post-update dilemmas are manifested on an iPhone’s power functions. If your iPhone  11 ended up having power issues after updating to iOS 13.2.3, then these are likely inflicted by yet another iOS bug. Before rushing to an Apple genius bar, you can try some workarounds to eliminate software-related triggers. Keep reading to get some inputs on how to deal with these post-update power issues on your iPhone.

Below are five of the first reported power issues affecting iPhone 11 owners after the iOS 13.2.3 update

Contrary to what many people think, power-related issues on an iPhone aren’t always due to a defective hardware. In fact, various types of power problems are attributed to minor and major system flaws. Tackled in this post are five power issues that were first reported by some iPhone owners who have updated to iOS 13.2.3. Read on to find out what triggers these symptoms to show up from an iOS update and what must be done on your end to fix the problem.

Problem 1: iPhone 11 won’t turn on

This is when your iPhone suddenly shuts down and then refuses to power on after the update. What usually happens is that something from the recent update might have ruined the system functions and thereby resulted in the system becoming unstable. It is also possible that the recent update had triggered massive power drain so your iPhone shuts down and unable to power up due to complete power drain. In this case, performing a force restart while charging is likely what your iPhone needs.

Problem 2: iPhone 11 won’t charge or charging very slow

Slow charging issues are often attributed to bad apps. This is usually what your device would end up having if the recent update had caused some apps to become rogue. Another possibility is that the recent update might have ruined the phone’s charging system and thereby results in slow charging or worse, preventing your iPhone from charging. There are various ways to deal with these issues. You can start by identifying which from your apps is acting up and then deleting them from the system.

Problem 3: iPhone 11 crashes and gets stuck on black screen

When your iPhone crashes and gets stuck on black screen, it doesn’t always denote that it ran out of power. In fact, your iPhone is more likely still turned on but just couldn’t get to render the correct display due to some fatal system errors. Aside from stubborn iOS bugs, malicious software that caused major data corruption are also among the possible triggers. To resolve these types of problems a total system wipe out or iOS restore is usually needed.

Problem 4: iPhone 11 heating up so fast, overheating

An iPhone that’s heating up so fast likely have something its system that trigger the processor to keep working until it gets exhausted. While it’s normal for your iPhone to become warm from prolonged extensive usage, exceeding the normal operating temperature is already a different story. Usually, some camera features like the flash would stop working when your iPhone overheats. Your iPhone will also prompt a temperature warning along with a recommendation to let your device cool down a bit before using it again. If those initial workarounds don’t do any good and your iPhone continues to heat up so quickly until it’s overheating, restoring the system from a previous backup is likely imperative.

Problem 5: iPhone 11 battery drains so quickly.

Battery draining issue is usually tied to overheating. If something in your iPhone system triggers the processor to work continuously, your iPhone will likely overheat and endure rapid battery draining. In most cases, battery draining issues are triggered by some bad apps. Among the usual culprits are third-party apps that aren’t updated. To deal with this problem, app management like installing app updates, deleting or reinstalling bad apps is usually what you have to do.

Alternative solutions to post-update power issues on your iPhone 11

With an intention to address the increasing number of various system issues among iOS devices, third-party software developers also strive to create alternative solutions. Hence, different types of iOS repair and recovery tools came to exist. These tools are specially programmed to address major iOS problems that could not possibly be handled by iTunes. That said, you can consider these among the last options if all else failed to fix your iPhone and you’re certain that it’s totally free from any sort of hardware damage.

Any of these symptoms can also manifest if damage components are present on your device. For example, if your iPhone was accidentally exposed to some liquid or got wet and then a power issue instigate. The same thing if you have accidentally dropped your phone and it started to show any of the above symptoms. For power issues attributed to physical or liquid damage, taking a trip to a service center or availing for iPhone warranty is more likely what you need.

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