If you have an iPhone, there is a possibility that, when you woke up, you saw that it was asking you for your PIN to be able to enable Face ID and access the device through a reset. You are not the only one. In fact, many users have noticed that Your iPhone has turned off unexpectedly at night, and for several hours; something the device would not do in the event of an update.
On Reddit, for example, a user has reported that his iPhone has been turned off for several hours. Before that, the device charged the battery to 80%. Afterwards, charging stopped for a couple of hours, and then It turned off for about three hours before turning back on automatically.
One of the members of the team Hypertextual You have also experienced this anomaly on your iPhone 14 Pro; in this case, The phone stopped charging the moment it was turned offand resumed charging when it turned on automatically.
For now, The reason why iPhones turn off during the night is unknown. It is also unclear whether it is due to a software error. Most reports highlight that they had iOS 17.0.3 installed, but other users claim that they also saw their iPhone shut down with an older version. On the other hand, this error not only affects the new iPhone 15, but also other previous models.
This is how you can tell if your iPhone has turned off at night
One of the easiest ways to check if your iPhone has turned off at night is to simply see if during the morning the device asked you to enter the PIN due to a restart. From Settings > Batteryyou can also check if the terminal has been turned off.
Specifically, if the battery level graph shows an area without bars, it means that during that moment the iPhone has been completely turned off. To know if it was charging or not, you must look at the horizontal line that appears at the bottom of the graph. In some cases, it clearly shows that charging has been paused.