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« on: August 10, 2018, 04:05:20 pm »

Busting iPhone battery life myths

Buh-bye Facebook. Buh-bye Snapchat. Buh-by Pokémon Go…

So, I want to talk about battery life. It's the currency of mobile. Literally every feature added or used gets paid for in battery life. No charge, no fun. iPhones are typically rated for 10 to 12-hours of battery life. That's what Apple gets in its tests and its test, unlike some, are mostly accurate. Mostly, because Apple's tests tests still seem focused around the "Light internet usage" Steve Jobs talked about when he introduced the iPhone over 10 years ago:

  Testing conducted by Apple in August 2016 using preproduction iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus units and software, on both GSM and CDMA carrier networks. Internet over Wi-Fi tests were conducted using a dedicated web server. iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus browsed snapshot versions of 20 popular web pages and received mail once an hour. All settings were default except: The Wi-Fi feature Ask to Join Networks and Auto-Brightness were turned off; WPA2 encryption was ...

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