iPhone 13 Pro Max sets battery history: ~10 hours with screen on | cell phone

iPhone 13 Pro Max sets battery history: ~10 hours with screen on |  cell phone

It is worth noting that the device was fully active with the screen on during this period. Under normal circumstances, the buyer will have a much longer use time. To validate the test, the presenter played games and viewed videos posted on the Internet.

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In addition to the increased battery capacity, there is another major reason for this unprecedented achievement A15 Bionic chipIt is designed to improve energy savings while using a cell phone. This is reflected in its hexa-core design, two for processing performance and four for energy efficiency management.

The same video that tests the iPhone 13 Pro Max battery analyzes the autonomy of other components of the current line. NS iPhone 13 Pro I managed to reach the 8hr 17min mark, while iPhone 13 Stayed normal for 7 hours and 45 minutes. actually iPhone 13 miniThe entry form is considered active for 6 hours and 26 minutes before the power runs out.

The battery time determined by the tests may seem small compared to the expectation that the device will last all day. However, it is worth noting that the channel analysis is done in an extreme condition, with the screen luminous at a maximum, frequent use of the screen and the connection to the Internet, two well-known evils of cell phone independence.

In another video on the channel, MrWhosetheBoss Premium smartphones tested by Samsung, it’s the Galaxy S21 Ultra It achieved an autonomy of 8 hours and 41 minutes, which is less than the iPhone 13 Pro Max, but higher than the 13 Pro model. At that time, take the opportunity to test iPhone 12 Pro MaxWhich took 7 hours and 56 minutes.

iPhone 13 Pro Max arrives in Brazil with a stand The following prices: R$ 10,499 (128 GB), R$ 11,499 (256 GB), R$ 13,499 (512 GB) and R$ 15,499 (1 TB). The manufacturer has announced the numbers, but has not announced when sales will officially start yet.

With info from Mrwhosetheboss (1/2) NS 9to5Mac

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