Last week, Niantic released a new update for Pokémon GO that removed most of the game’s tracking features and provided a few other fixes. However, iOS users have discovered that the update also removed the game’s Battery Saver mode, which helped keep the game from eating up more battery than it already does. Niantic has opened up about why they removed the mode, stating that it was removed due to several users experiencing bugs with it; however, they are hoping to have a fix for it available within a few days.

Niantic also confirmed the rollout of Pokémon GO in Latin America and the removal of Legendary Pokémon that somehow found their way into the wild.

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