One by one, the weaknesses of Apple’s new mobile operating system are revealed. Recently, for example, Spotify also had a problem with it, but we could also say iOS too with Spotify.
Not surprisingly, problems arise when they “test” a new mobile system in actual use. IOS15 isn’t flawless either. We’ve heard of a bug that has already run out of storage space and that there may be a problem with someone using AirPods Pro with iOS 15.
Recently, we received news that several users complained of swift battery discharge (up to 30 percent in a single hour) when using the Spotify app, and there were even those who had a hot device. Since the same is true for iOS 14.8, it would be unfair to blame iOS 15 alone.
They also acknowledged the bug at Spotify and forwarded the reports to their iOS team. In the meantime, it is recommended that the user restart their phone, reinstall Spotify, or disable the background app update ( Settings / General / App update in the background ). Unfortunately, several users reported that none of these steps resolved their issue, so we have to wait longer for developers to fix it. There is no information yet on when the patch will arrive, nor will it be an application update or just troubleshooting steps.
While the Spotify app is most likely faulty for the quick dive, users are outraged at some of the forums, expressing their confusion that iOS 15 beta tests did not reveal such a severe problem with one of the most popular apps in the world. Some go so far as to assume that there may be intent on Apple’s part in this, as Spotify is a big rival to Apple Music, and with Spotify’s podcasts becoming more popular, experts predict that by the end of 2021, Apple will overtake it. Podcasts.