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    Default iPhone 6S battery drain overnight

    Hi everyone, my iPhone 6s if left overnight for about 8 hours drops battery between 6 - 8 percent. Is this normal behaviour do you think? What percentage will your iPhone drop if left idle overnight?
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    Default Re: iPhone 6S battery drain overnight

    It may very well be normal, depending on how it's configured. Push notifications, weather apps using location services, etcetera can all consume battery over a period of time.
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    Default iPhone 6S battery drain overnight

    Quote Originally Posted by Connor Furlong View Post
    Hi everyone, my iPhone 6s if left overnight for about 8 hours drops battery between 6 - 8 percent. Is this normal behaviour do you think? What percentage will your iPhone drop if left idle overnight?
    When I was using a 6s, that was pretty normal for me too. And that was with it being in do not disturb mode.
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    Sounds about right to me.
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    Default Re: iPhone 6S battery drain overnight

    That's about the norm.
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    You could check in Settings\Battery\Battery Usage to see which app(s) are using battery while the phone is sitting idle overnight. There could be some apps running or syncing in the background.
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