Recent reports show that the recent Apple’s iOS 14.3 update is causing some issues with wireless charging. The reports claim that after the update, a large number of third-party magnetic wireless chargers stop working. Apple released the official version of iOS 14.3 on December 15. In addition to supporting Apple Fitness + and AirPods Max, dual-SIM iPhone 12 and other important updates, it also solves the inability to charge wireless. Furthermore, it solves the inability of the iPhone to charge maximum power. Back in October, Apple launched the iPhone 12 series. The company also introduced new MagSafe wireless support.
This issue only affects third-party wireless chargers, and some of them still get worse. As of now, there is no official statement from Apple regarding this issue. We do not know if there will be a solution to this problem, or if Apple will consider it a problem.
A few days after the iPhone 12 was released, MagSafe’s charging animation prompt cracked, making it the first choice for a large number of third-party magnetic wireless charging accessories. Currently, not all third-party magnetic wireless chargers are failing due to the version of iOS 14.3. This phenomenon exists only in some wireless charging solutions.
iPhone running iOS 14.2 can run out of battery with 50% in just 30 minutes
Earlier this month, there were reports that the iOS 14.2 update is causing power outages. New details continue to emerge about the problem of fast battery life on the iPhone. Users have confirmed that the issues started after installing the iOS 14.2 update.
Some users have previously reported that their smartphones lose 20% to 40% of their battery power overnight. Now there have been reports that their smartphones can be charged with 50% in just 30 minutes of use. Also, the smartphone charges very fast, even when using a slow charger. The smartphone may not display the correct charge level, and it charges and discharges so quickly.
The problems most often occur on older iPhone models such as iPhone XS, iPhone 7, iPhone 6s and iPhone SE. Also the owners of 2018 iPad Pro with iPadOS 14.2 reported issues. It is hoped that Apple will fix the bug in iOS 14.3 and iPadOS 14.3, which will be released soon. If you have not updated iPhones or iPads to iOS 14.2 or iPadOS 14.2 yet, it is best for you to skip this update.