iPhone 13: video streaming battery life far exceeds that of iPhone 12
The iPhone 13 should offer a much greater autonomy than that of the iPhone 12. On its site, Apple claims to have mainly improved the autonomy of smartphones when playing streaming videos. The figures announced are very encouraging.
Apple has just opened pre-orders for the iPhone 13. This year, the Cupertino giant has no big changes announced with his new iPhones. Apple has simply improved the design by reducing the notch, adding a 120 Hz ProMotion display on the Pro editions and introducing new features dedicated to photography and video, such as Cinematic mode.
Above all, the manufacturer has spent a long time lingered on the autonomy of its new smartphones. With the iPhone 13, Apple has indeed improved the autonomy of all models compared to their predecessors, the iPhone 12. To achieve this, the manufacturer has integrated larger batteries within all versions, reduced the power consumption of the SoC A15 Bionic and opted for a variable refresh rate (on iPhone 13 Pro only).
Apple boosted the autonomy of the iPhone 13 in video streaming
As can be seen on the Apple website, the Californian group has mainly improved iPhone battery life in video streaming. The comparisons available on the brand’s website show a colossal gap between the iPhone 13 and the previous generation in this area. Here is the comparison of the autonomy of each model:
The most significant difference concerns the Pro editions of the range. Thus, the iPhone 13 Pro gains 9 hours of battery life. For its part, the iPhone 13 Pro Max promises up to 25 hours of streaming video, more double the battery life displayed last year on the iPhone 12 Pro Max (12 hours).
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Obviously, these comparisons only represent the estimates made by Apple. To verify the claims of the brand, we will have to wait until we spend a few days with the new iPhones. Like every year, we will offer you a test of each model in the coming weeks. However, the range seems to be well on its way to offering the best battery life ever on iPhone.