Have owned my iPhone 7 for two years. Today the phone shut off unexpectedly, and when I went to turn it back on I got the battery depleted icon. Waited a minute and tried again and the phone came back up with a 52% charge. This is exactly what used to happen on the iPhone 6S I owned, a problem that is well known and presumed to be related to that design having a peak power demand greater than what an average worn battery can supply and thus the phone momentarily doesn’t have enough power to run. Has anyone else seen this on their iPhone 7? Coconut battery reports 560 recharge cycles and my battery health is at 85%. I was planning to take advantage of the $29 battery replacement that Apple offers on the iPhone 7 through December of this year anyway but was curious if others have seen shutdowns on their 7/7+.