iPhone What is going on with my battery usage?!

Iphoneuserrr

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My usage and standby is the same I’ve tried closing all apps, can anyone tell me why the camera is using 28% with 1 minute on the screen?
Thanks, I’m using an iPhone 7 Plus
 

robvalentine

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My usage and standby is the same I’ve tried closing all apps, can anyone tell me why the camera is using 28% with 1 minute on the screen?
Thanks, I’m using an iPhone 7 Plus
Click on the clock icon and see if it’s running in the background... I’ve had weird things where I’ve tried to open camera from lock screen and got a black screen with a circle in the middle like when you shut down the phone, but phone isn’t shutting down...
 

macfacts

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My usage and standby is the same I’ve tried closing all apps, can anyone tell me why the camera is using 28% with 1 minute on the screen?
Thanks, I’m using an iPhone 7 Plus
Apple rushed the release of iOS 11 because the iPhone 8 has to be released in the fall. You can't do anything to fix it but wait for Apple to release updates and hope that fixes the annoying problems.
 
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C DM

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My usage and standby is the same I’ve tried closing all apps, can anyone tell me why the camera is using 28% with 1 minute on the screen?
Thanks, I’m using an iPhone 7 Plus
Some service is stuck running and doing something. Usually a restart resolves the issue. If not, you can try signing out and back into iCloud or perhaps resetting network settings if not all settings to see if that might help. Last option would be to reinstall if none of the earlier options work.
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Apple rushed the release of iOS 11 because the iPhone 8 has to be released in the fall. You can't do anything to fix it but wait for Apple to release updates and hope that fixes the annoying problems.
This particular type of issue isn't unique to iOS 11 and generally isn't something that needs a fix from an iOS update.
 

Mercenary

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Some service is stuck running and doing something. Usually a restart resolves the issue. If not, you can try signing out and back into iCloud or perhaps resetting network settings if not all settings to see if that might help. Last option would be to reinstall if none of the earlier options work.
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This particular type of issue isn't unique to iOS 11 and generally isn't something that needs a fix from an iOS update.
All iOS releases are garbage until the .1 updates. The same is true for most operating systems. Windows was never any good until it reaches SP1 and often SP3 was the magic number