iPhone users react to Apple Music’s back-office power consumption

According tomedia reports, a significant number of iPhone users reported power consumption related to music apps and high-level background activity to Apple’s support community. According to many users, many devices running iOS 13.5.1 are running batteries that are running rapidly, even when the app is not used.

In some cases, background activities can last for several hours a day, even if the app has been used for weeks or even not at all. In fact, as early as April, there were reports that the Music app was consuming power in the background.

iPhone users react to Apple Music's back-office power consumption

Here are some steps for users to try to resolve the issue, but the success rate seems low.

Forced exit from music applications;

Restart/restore iPhone;

Remove the music app and reinstall it;

Turn off automatic downloads (settings – music – automatic download);

Disable background app refresh (settings- and universal-universal-in-background app refresh-and-disable music);

Turn off mobile data (settings – music – . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Cancel all downloads in the music library.

Some users have started deleting music apps on their phones so that there’s no more power consumption for the app. However, it’s not a good choice for music subscribers, so it’s clear that this requires Apple official solutions for them.