IOS 11.3 improves the autonomy with respect to iOS 11.2.6?
iOS 11.3 has been officially released and among the many promises not kept, with reference to AirPlay 2 and iMessage in the cloud, has brought the much-anticipated panel about the status of residual health of the battery. How it behaves, instead, from the point of view of autonomy?
The team iAppleBytes tried to give an answer to this question, putting under pressure the five models of the iPhone by making the test of autonomy Geekbench 4 before and after the update to iOS 11.3 on all the five smartphones Apple in the object; specifically we are talking about an iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6S, iPhone 7 and iPhone 8.
The final result final is without a doubt a little flattering for the new release of iOS. Judging from the test carried out by the team, in all five of the smartphones, the operating time is penalized by the new update, as seen from the graphics published by the boys of iAppleBytes.
In all cases, we find ourselves faced with a drastic reduction of autonomy, and given the problems related to the well-known reduction of the performance of the iPhone battery is deteriorated however, you'll want to upgrade so you always have under control the battery status, to avoid problems of performance.
The full video of the tests conducted on the devices is still available through the official channel of iAppleBytes, that we propose below:
Link to the original article: iOS 11.3 improves the autonomy with respect to iOS 11.2.6?