Apple has just released the new update to iOS 13.5 and one of the questions that users always do with the release of a new update is if the latter will bring benefits or not to the autonomy of your device. Today we see a test of battery life with iOS 13.5.
The test was performed by iAppleBytes, who has uploaded a demo video on its YouTube channel. The protagonists of the video are: iPhone IF iPhone 6S, iPhone 7, iPhone 8, iPhone, XR, iPhone 11 , and iPhone IF 2020. Before the execution of the test devices were set at 25% of the display brightness with auto-brightness disabled, all devices use the same settings and are connected to the same access point.
Then started the real test of the battery, made with GeekBench 4. The first to capitulate was the iPhone IF after 2 hours and 57 minutes of the test, followed by the iPhone 6s after 3 hours and 8 minutes. Surprise the third is to capitulate is iPhone 8 after 3 hours and 23 minutes, followed shortly after by the iPhone 7 with 3 hours and 34 minutes. Good result for the new iPhone THOUGH (2020) that even though it features the same battery of the iPhone 8 is far better, dying after 4 hours and 12 minutes.
Much more efficient were the iPhone 11, and iPhone 11 Pro, that you are turned off respectively after 6 hours and 2 minutes and 6 hours and 34 minutes, demonstrating once again how Apple has worked well side autonomy on these two devices.
Above, you can take a look at the scores obtained by the individual devices with the last four versions of iOS 13, where we note that for some device, the latest update has brought improvements side autonomy, while for some models, especially older ones like iPhone IF and iPhone 6S, things have gotten worse.
And you have noticed changes in battery life with the latest update released by Apple?