Pre-orders for iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro Now Live

Pre-orders for iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro Now Live

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Pambos - September 13, 2019 at 12:33pm
Did anyone knows the battery capacity of the new iPhone Pro Max?
waeldiab-5 - September 13, 2019 at 1:47pm
Apple said that it’s 5 Hours more than 10 MAX
Pambos - September 13, 2019 at 3:28pm
And this is related to a hardware upgrade or software.....?
streetgliderick - September 13, 2019 at 3:55pm
Hardware and software related
ccena88 - September 13, 2019 at 4:01pm
read this on life hacker Battery Speaking of, it’s hard to judge battery life on paper, but signs point towards the iPhone 11 Pro having a slight edge over the Galaxy Note 10. That’s all circumstantial for now: The iPhone 11 Pro appears to be boosting its battery life over last year’s model, while the Note’s battery life seems to be dropping. For example, the Galaxy Note 10 has a 3500 mAh battery, which is smaller than the Note 9's battery, but Samsung claims that this battery can last a full day of regular use. Apple says the iPhone 11 Pro will last “four hours longer than the iPhone XS,” which had a 2,659 mAh battery, and has released a slew of statistics to illustrate how long the phone should last while performing various tasks. While it’s hard to glean exactly how that will translate into how long these phones can go before needing a charge, from context you can get a sense of what these shifts mean. The Galaxy Note 9 had a 4,000 mAh battery and, according to Android Central, was able to last “22-24 hours” on an average day. Over at Tom’s Guide, the site pulled almost 11 and a half hours of uptime on its battery testing for the Galaxy Note 9, and only 9 hours and 10 minutes for the Galaxy Note 10. According to that same Tom’s Guide battery test, the iPhone XS lasts approximately 9 hours and 40 minutes. Call us crazy, but we suspect the iPhone 11 Pro will take the win for battery life—at least compared to the Galaxy Note 10. The Galaxy Note 10 Plus, on the other hand, packs in a 4,300 mAh battery, and is probably a much stronger rival. Source: https://lifehacker.com/should-you-buy-apples-iphone-11-pro-or-samsungs-galaxy-1838044270
Pambos - September 13, 2019 at 4:58pm
If the new iPhones have the same battery like the previous year iPhones and can last 5 hours more by doing this the software this is something that we must see it in real life. From the other hand and from the design of the new iPhones I am sure that they do have the same battery capacity...I don’t think that Apple had change so radically the hardware design of the iPhones where was able to fit bigger battery..if it’s a software related I am sure that they Can able to control your battery life and this mean that anytime in an update they can reduce the battery life of your iPhones....I am saying that because I have an iPhone 6S Plus and my battery life was 100% and after an update it went down to 83%.....and it’s there for almost more than a year now....I don’t trust them of what they say anymor.