If you are still waiting for several tests to see if it really compensates to update your device, today we are going to show you a battery test, which we can see the duration of it on several devices with different versions of iOS. The tests so that they were more real have been carried out on the same devices so that according to the state of the battery the result was not influenced by the state of the same.
To perform this test, performed again by the guys of iAppleBytes, it has been used the autonomy test function of the Geekbench 3 application on an iPhone 4s, iPhone5, iPhone 5s and an iPhone 6. The autonomy test function keeps the screen on and performing various tests that affect its autonomy. Using this function is the fastest way to be able to check their autonomy without having to perform the same functions on all devices manually, a task that would be impossible to perform.
As we can see in the video the latest version of iOS 9.3.1 offers us greater autonomy than the previous version iOS 9.2.1 in almost all devices except the iPhone 5, where its autonomy is slightly lower. In the rest of the devices, the latest version of iOS does slightly exceed the autonomy of the latest iOS 9.2 update.
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