This week to download became available iOS 12.3. We have already published materialin which he told how has changed the performance of the new OS in comparison with iOS 12.2. It’s time to talk about autonomy. Is there any drastic improvement or remained at the same level? The answer to this question is willing to give the author’s YouTube channel iAppleBytes.
At this time, the blogger did not carry out a large-scale comparison and was limited to only two models of smartphones: the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s. The testing methodology remained unchanged: the author of the experiment, fully charged devices and tested them in a well-known benchmark Geekbench 4.
To obtain an objective and fair results and to exclude the effect of battery wear, testing of the device was carried out with new batteries — remaining capacity in each case was 100%.
The results were as similar as possible. iPhone 6 running iOS 12.2 managed to work 2 hours, 23 minutes and score of 1418 points. In iOS 12.3 , the smartphone worked for eleven minutes more — it gave him 1452 points.
Diametrically opposite situation is with the iPhone 6s. On iOS 12.2 smartphone worked 3 hours and 26 minutes and scored 2060 points. It is noteworthy that the final result on iOS 12.3 was even less than 3 hours and 20 minutes and 2000 points.
The difference is minimal, from which it can be concluded that the autonomy of iOS 12.3 virtually unchanged. However, this is not a reason to not install iOS 12.3 showed himself well in terms of performance, breathing life even into the old device.
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