The foreign YouTube channel iAppleBytes conducted a power test of iOS 16.1.

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Apple released the official version of iOS 16.1 this week. I believe that many fruit fans are still quite concerned about the power consumption after the upgrade. The foreign YouTube channel iAppleBytes has also conducted actual measurements to help you clear your doubts.

iAppleBytes tested with 6 old iPhones, including iPhone 8, iPhone SE 2020, iPhone XR, iPhone 11, iPhone 12 and iPhone 13.

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Battery health of 6 iPhones.

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However, because the 6 iPhones are already old, he first showed the battery health of each iPhone. The iPhone 11, iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 are all 100%; iPhone 8 and iPhone XR are above 90%; iPhone SE Although it has dropped to 86% in 2020, it is still higher than the 80% recommended by Apple for battery replacement.

The actual measurement is simulated in Geekbench's battery test mode, and the phone goes from 100% to completely dead.

Unsurprisingly, the iPhone 8 was the first to lose power at 2 hours and 53 minutes, followed by the iPhone SE 2020 at 3 hours and 29 minutes, the iPhone XR at 5 hours and 32 minutes, and the iPhone 11 at 5 hours and 46 minutes.

As for the iPhone 12, it lasted 6 hours and 46 minutes, and the iPhone 13 reached 9 hours and 12 minutes.

Measured results of 6 iPhones.

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The following is a comparison of the iOS 16.0.3 previously tested by iAppleBytes. The test method is the same, and it is also the same 6 iPhones. You will know the result more clearly: front number

iOS 16.0.3 / rear number

iOS 16.1

●iPhone 8: 2 hours 56 minutes → 2 hours 53 minutes → 3 minutes less

●iPhone SE 2020: 3 hours 32 minutes → 3 hours 29 minutes → 3 minutes less

●iPhone XR: 5 hours 28 minutes → 5 hours 32 minutes → 4 minutes more

●iPhone 11: 5 hours 53 minutes → 5 hours 46 minutes → 7 minutes less

●iPhone 12: 7 hours 18 minutes → 6 hours 46 minutes → 32 minutes less

●iPhone 13: 9 hours 19 minutes → 9 hours 12 minutes → 7 minutes less

On the whole, there is not much difference in the power consumption of the 6 iPhones after the upgrade, plus and minus are within 10 minutes, only the iPhone 12's battery life has been weakened by half an hour, but it is impossible to determine the cause.

However, I would like to add that if you are still concerned about iOS 16.1 with unknown bugs or disasters, you can wait and do the upgrade!

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