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IPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max battery test - how long does it work on the LTE network?
The iPhone has been enjoying great interest in the consumer electronics market for many years. You can safely use the statement that he has a group of die-hard followers. Faithful to this brand. No wonder that the manufacturer regularly releases new versions on the market. The hearts of loyal fans as well as people who want to get to IPhone have to conquer. Today, we take the battery in the mentioned brand for the workshop and the value of the LTE connection. iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max - how do they fall in the ring? We present the results of Tom’s Guide tests. Tom’s Guide is a guarantee of quality and honesty of research. The results are always reliable because there is no sponsorship, cooperation or intended advertising for specific components. See for yourself.
iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max - battery tests
This time, this warm Iphone was taken under the microscope. The screen brightness was set at 150 nits, LTE connectivity enabled and web browsing. Every 30 seconds, a new website automatically loads on each of the devices tested.
It was no surprise to anyone. iPhone 11 Pro Max massacred the competition. The battery lasted during the test for 11 hours and 54 minutes. On the second level of the podium was the iPhone 11, whose battery discharged after 11 hours and 16 minutes. The worst performers were the iPhone 11 Pro, whose battery lasted 10 hours and 24 minutes.
At this stage, the winner beat even his biggest competitor. Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ device. Samsung smartphone discharged 45 minutes earlier.
Second place is a bit intriguing. Why? It has a smaller battery than the iPhone 11 Pro, which it beat in the test. Interestingly, in previous tests the battery in the Pro was a top and with a big advantage. Probably the new iOS 13 has a positive impact on the issue of optimization of the battery in iPhone 11. We must remember that the iPhone 11 has a lower resolution LCD screen than OLED, which is found in the iPhone 11 Pro - thus it also consumes less energy, maybe that's the result of the tests.