According to foreign media reports, A considerable number of iPhone users reported power consumption problems related to Music applications and high-level background activities to Apple’s support community. According to many users, even without using the application, the batteries of many devices running iOS 13.5.1 are still running out rapidly.
in some cases, background activity lasts several hours a day, even if the application has not been used for weeks or even at all. In fact, as early as April, there were reports that Music applications consumed electricity in the background.
Here are some steps for users to try to solve the problem, but it seems that the success rate is very low.
Force to quit the music application;
delete and reinstall the Music app;
turn off automatic download (Settings-> Music-> automatic download);
disable Background application refresh (Settings-> General-> Background App Refresh-> disable music);
turn off mobile data (Settings-> Music-> Mobile Data);
cancel all downloads in the music library.
Some users have already started to delete mobile phone on the music application, so that there will be no more cases where the application consumes power. However, it is not a good choice for those music subscribers, so obviously this requires apple the authorities brought them solutions.