As we previously reported, Apple's new iOS 10 update has not been without its problems.

Now, it appears that various users who have upgraded to the 10.1.1 operating system are still experiencing battery issues, such as a battery charged to 80 percent draining to zero even when the phone is in standby overnight.

Other reports claim battery life suddenly drops from 30 percent to zero within seconds, and while unplugging the phone when it shows 100 percent the juice drops below the 50 percent mark. Going by this 16-page long Apple Forums thread, the iPhone 5s, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, and even the iPhone 7 have been all been affected by the upgrade.

Meanwhile, Twitter users haven't been shy in coming forward about the issue:

Just last week, Apple announced it would replace faulty iPhone 6s handsets with shutdown issues free of charge. What course of action they will take for this bug remains to be seen.

Are you experiencing iOS 10.1.1 issues? Let us know in the comments below.

In brighter Apple news, these are the new emoji coming to iOS 10.2 — said to be dropping in December.

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