Apple doesn’t mention the battery capacity for its iPhones, leaving either the teardown or first reviewers to give a verdict about how often it needs to be charged or how fast it drains out. The iPhone X, Apple’s anniversary edition smartphone, is the latest to hit the review for its battery performance, and the results are on the positive side.
Apple starts shipping the iPhone X this week in some parts of the world. For India, the flagship glass design phone will start selling from November 3. If you have been waiting for the review of the phone, BuzzFeed has tested the phone, but what grabs attention is its verdict on the battery life.
According to BuzzFeed, “Battery life on the iPhone X is decent, but not stellar.” Folks at the publication tested the device for a week. Day 1, the battery dropped down to nine percent at late afternoon after mixed use of apps, including use of Waze to drive home and installing apps. ALSO READ: iPhone X: Apple fires employee after daughter’s hands-on video goes viral
Surprisingly, on Day 2, the reviewer started the use at 98 percent in the morning, and the use that day including recording of 4K video, listening to Podcast through the speakers, and an hour-long call. Despite this, the battery dropped only to 17 percent around 10 in the night.
With 100 percent battery level in the morning and use of apps such as Lyft, Google Docs, Twitter, and Facebook, while on Wi-Fi, there still remained 27 percent battery at around midnight. In addition to BuzzFeed, another review by TechCrunch also concludes that the battery lasts all day. ALSO READ: Apple iPhone 8 Plus review: The best. Period.
Essentially, if you are a light-to-average user, the iPhone X battery backup is likely to leave you impressed. You can use the device day long, and ensure to charge it overnight.
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