Resolved Battery Health (Beta) disabled - any way to re-enable?

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  1. Hustler1337 macrumors 68000

    Hustler1337

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    Hi guys,

    So I disabled the 'performance management protections' to see how my iPhone 6 runs with it off. However, after I disabled it there appears to be no way to re-enable it. Have I missed something?

    Why would they allow you to disable it but not warn you that you cannot revert back once you disable it? :eek:

    Thanks ;)
     
  2. StumpyBloke Suspended

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    Sounds more like a beta issue than a design choice. Have you reported it?
     
  3. Hustler1337 thread starter macrumors 68000

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    Seems like a design choice to me. The option to disable was inconspicuously placed within the advisory message like so:

    IMG_1108.png

    and once you've disabled it, you would think the option to re-enable it would be right there in the same place...


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  5. now i see it macrumors 68040

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    That's how Apple stated it was supposed to work. iOS 11.3 will install with zero throttling at first. If the phone crashes, throttling is automatically activated. The user can then turn off the throttling via the power management settings, but can not turn it back on. Only a phone crash can turn throttling back on.
    It's not a bug. It's just the way Apple decided to do it.
     
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    Well that proves I know nothing then!
     
  7. Chazzle macrumors 68000

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  8. Hustler1337 thread starter macrumors 68000

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    Thank you for enlightening me with this info, wasn't aware that a crash would need to happen for it to turn back on. Nonetheless, Apple could have warned us that we cannot manually re-enable the feature. Thanks once again

    Thanks for this Chazzle
     

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