Apple had released its 10.3.3 version of iOS in July 19 for iPhones, iPads, and iPod, with major improvements in bug fixes, while the iOS 10.3.2 edition had surfaced on May 19 this year. After the speed test was carried out for the two versions immediately after the iOS 10.3.3 stepped into the scene, now another test for battery life has been diligently carried out for the two operating system variants.
The video which had compared the world’s most advanced mobile operating systems, has been a major watch since it was uploaded in the YouTube platform.
Usually, Apple brings out the best in all its products, and with a goal to show the enhancements brought forth with the updated version of the iOS, it has compared the battery life of Apple devices which run the iOS 10.3.3 and iOS 10.3.2., thanks to iAppleBytes which has compressed the 10-hour long testing video to just 10 minutes for easy reference by the clientele.
The YouTuber, who has studied the differences in the battery life support offered by each of the iOS, did so by primarily charging the devices with both the iOS versions installed in them and then running the GeekBench’s battery test until the disappointing end.
The battery test was carried out in iPhone 6s, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, and iPhone 5 to check what effect the newest edition of iOS 10 i.e., the iOS 10.3.3 produce in the handsets which would likely install this update soon.
The most predictable question every iPhone user tends to fret about is whether the newer version of the iOS would provide for a battery perk or would it shatter it down making the device run slower.
Well for those who wish to update their gadgets to the iOS 10.3.3 it is sad to note that the battery life would painstakingly disrupt the speed of the device. Perhaps they could watch out for the iOS 11 which is on the build by Apple.