Is iOS 13.2 poor in autonomy? But no. The firmware did not leave a chance for iOS 10, iOS 11 and iOS 12
04.11.2019 0 Comments
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Recently, many iPhone users have a new trend – to criticize iOS 13 for flaws and low battery life. It’s even more fashionable to recall “how good it was” on previous versions of iOS with “high autonomy”. However, as recent testing showed, iOS 13.2 without a chance is ahead of iOS 10, iOS 11 and iOS 12 in battery life.
IOS 13 battery life
Testing conducted by YouTube blogger iAppleBytes. He compared the “live” battery life of four iPhone 6s smartphones running iOS 10.3.3, iOS 11.4.1, iOS 12.4.1, and iOS 13.2. Before testing, all iPhones were restored from a single backup. The battery capacity of each iPhone was 100%.
As part of the test, a 15-hour YouTube video was launched on each iPhone. The first disconnected iPhone running iOS 12.4.1. The smartphone was able to work out only 7 hours 33 minutes. It is assumed that some kind of malfunction occurred on the device, since the indicator is very different from others. The second device turned off on iOS 12.4.1 firmware, after 11 hours and 55 minutes.
iPhone running iOS 10.3.3 lasted a little longer – 12 hours 1 minute. The iPhone on stable iOS 13.2 firmware worked the most – 12 hours 21 minutes.
Thus, iOS 13.2 firmware turned out to be the most optimized for the longest running time of the iPhone without recharging. Despite much criticism, iOS 13.2 is ahead of previous generations in terms of iOS autonomy.
Earlier, we talked about what to do if an iPhone running iOS 13 quickly discharges.
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