If after you’ve installed the iOS 14 you are suffering as a result of poor battery timing, then Apple might have a fix for you. Indeed the tech giant has gone on to publish a document which explores the various ways thereby which help can be provided so as to improve the battery timing or of course fix the mess that has been created as a result the iOS 14 update. But before you indulge in any actions that Apple has suggested, remember that nothing is definitive or straightforward and that there happen to be no guarantees that the solutions given out by the company will indeed work.
The support document is actually called “If you’re missing Workout GPS routes or Health data after updating to iOS 14 and watchOS 7” is indeed aimed at owners that have “updated to iOS 14 and watchOS 7 and are missing Activity or Health data.” Of course though, this doesn’t at all sound like it’s related to battery issues.
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Nonetheless, in short, the support document goes on to suggest that you unpair your Apple Watch, and then make sure that you have an up-to-date backup before going on to wipe up your entire iPhone and then proceeding on to recover from the backup.
Regardless however, if it is indeed the case that you suffer from two or more of the above issues, then this just might be worth a shot. Or of course it may also be in your best interests to wait for the tech giant Apple to go on and release an update that solves the problem without there being any reason for you to wipe your handset. Of course whether or not such a course of actions comes up – only time will tell.