One of the great news present in iOS 14.5 will be aimed at users of an iPhone 11. This version of the operating system promises to recalibrate the battery of the models that make up this family of devices.

IOS 14.5 beta users start sharing now feedback positive about this novelty. We already have reports that show that the battery health of the iPhone 11 has even been improved.

IPhone 11 users already report improvements in battery health of their smartphones

Some reports on Reddit point out very impressive numbers in this process of recalibrating the batteries. The most impressive case points to an improvement from 88% to 95%.

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We have other reports that point to improvements from 90% to 96% or from 87% to 90%. These numbers may vary depending on a range of factors, but the most important thing is to know that Apple’s promise is fulfilled.

Once iOS 14.5 reaches the public, it is possible that many iPhone 11 users will not even notice these important improvements. They won’t even know if their battery’s health has improved, unless they specifically look for that data.

Apple also explains that this process of recalibrating the batteries will take a few weeks. It will be a gradual process that aims to further extend the life of your iPhone 11.

For those whose recalibration process has no effect, Apple is committed to a free battery replacement. This replacement can be done with an Apple-authorized repairer.

iOS 14.5 is the most popular update in recent years

In addition to a recalibration of the iPhone 11 batteries, iOS 14.5 promises to implement a new privacy policy. With this, applications will be required to expose what data they collect and ask users for authorization to do so.

This has already led to the rise of several voices against this policy, being the most fierce on the part of Facebook. Mark Zucherberg’s company claims that such measures will severely penalize small businesses that survive on targeted advertising.

Despite the controversy, Apple has not moved from its intention and the new rules are to move forward. The official launch of iOS 14.5 will take place later this month.

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