Now that iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are on sale, we can begin understanding how the hardware actually performs in real-world scenarios. Sure, Apple does a fairly convincing job of outlining things like expected performance, and the probable battery life that consumers can expect from the phones, but how do they actually stack up against the hardware that they are replacing? More interestingly, how does the actual battery life compare to last year’s flagships considering Apple has reduced the size of the internal power packs?
If you haven’t yet made the decision to move away from last year’s iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus to this year’s iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus, and part of that decision is due to the fact that Apple has reduced the battery size in the newer hardware, then this video is probably worth watching. The test shown in the video is entirely non-scientific, but is otherwise an interesting take on testing the battery, which puts all four Apple iPhones to the test. Will this year’s iPhone 6s models live up to Apple’s marketing hype of offering the same battery life compared to last year’s models?
Check out the test for yourself, in the video below.
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