Tips to fix an iPhone that keeps shutting down even when there is charge left

It’s been ten years since the original iPhone was officially released to the public. iPhone has changed a lot since then and with it come a whole slew of compelling features. Apple iPhone is best known for its smooth and fast performance, but there is exception to everything.

iPhone has its own issues that may put you off. In this case, many users have reported that their iPhone keeps shutting down and turning off even when battery stands at 50 percent. If you happen to sit in the group, don’t freak out because we are here to help.

In this post, we will walk you through some useful tips to fix iPhone shutting down with battery remaining.

  1. Update your iPhone to iOS 10.2.1 or later

If you are now running an older version of iOS, chances are that some high-intensity apps tend to consume a lot of your battery, forcing your iPhone to randomly shut down before battery runs out. Therefore, we recommend you update your iPhone to iOS 10.2.1 or later.

In reality, with iOS 10.2.1, Apple has much enhanced the batter management feature to better handle battery drop issues. Keep in mind that a new update usually comes with bug fixes and performance improvements.

  1. Force Restart

If the problem still persists, a force restart sometimes can do the trick. Here is how you can do it.

Step one: If you are now using an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus, you simply need to press and hold down both the Sleep/Wake button and Volume button at once until you see the Apple logo

Step two: Release both buttons

Note that if you own an iPhone 6s or older, you have to press and hold down the Sleep/Wake button and Home button at once until you see the Apple logo.

  1. Restore your device

If the above solutions don’t work for you, the best shot for dealing with the problem is to restore your iPhone using iTunes. Here is how.

Step one: First off, you need to connect your iPhone to Mac and launch iTunes

Step two: Next up, you have to click on the Device tab. After that, hit the Backup button

Step three: You now need to click on Restore and wait a few minutes until the restore process completes.

Also read: Steps to prevent Facebook from slowing down your iPhone

Let us know if the above-mentioned solutions work best for you.

 

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