iPhone battery percentage getting stuck or not updating on iPhone 6
Apple has released many updates to iOS 9.0 to fix several number of bugs. But even so, owners of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S Plus handsets complained about their battery percentage bug problem. Apple received thousands of complaints regarding this issue on battery percentage indicator. According to them, their battery percentage indicator is not properly updating which does not show the correct amount of battery left.
This problem can lead to more problems. Those people who are travelling do not know the correct amount of charge they have and their batteries suddenly die. Other people who are using their devices as alarms can also be affected.
What Is The Fix?
Apple already updated their discussion page which states how to fix this issue temporarily. They are aware of the issue and are investigating causes and permanent solution.
When changing the time on your device and manually changing time zones as you travel, the battery percentage does not update and here is the temporary solution to ease the problem.
First step: Restart your device.
Second step: Go to Settings App, then go to General. Select Date & Time. Make sure to turn on Set Automatically.
If this problem occurred without changing time zone or time on your device, the only solution for this is to contact Apple Support.
How to Fix iPhone 6S Photo Quality?
The iPhone 6S Plus and iPhone 6 have excellent 12MP rear cameras. These two are the best smartphone cameras, and even the best have problems. Many users complained about their problems on image quality in low light.
How to Improve the image quality?
Cameras on smartphones take better photos when the environments are well lit. If you notice the decrease in quality when you are taking photos in dim lit places, turn off Live Photos features. This can improve the quality of photos.
Step 1: Go to Camera App.
Step 2: Check the little sun-logo in the center if it is white and not yellow.
Fix iPhone 6S WiFi Problems
Some users suddenly stop connecting to their WiFi networks or the speed decreases than normal.
Step 1: Go to Settings App. Choose General.
Step 2: From General, choose Reset. Select Reset Network Settings.
If this solution does not work on your iPhone, try to forget all WiFi networks and reconnect again.
Step1: Go to Settings.
Step 2: Choose WiFi, select the name of your connection.
Step 3: Tap on Forget this network.
If none of these solutions work, try to restart your router by unplugging it for few seconds.