If you haven’t updated your iPhone to iOS 11.4 yet, you might want to hold off for a bit. The newest update to the operating system reportedly has a bug that will make your battery run out of juice a lot faster than it did prior to the update. As BGR notes, a thread on Apple’s support forum is already 35 pages deep with iOS 11.4 users who are feeling battery burnt.
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While installing the beta version of an operating system on your main device is almost always a bad idea, BGR reports that people who have made the switch are finding iOS 12 to be more stable than iOS 11.
The public beta also reportedly offers a few battery life and performance improvements for some users, which might be all you need if your iOS 11.4 device can barely make it through the day on a single charge.
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