Consumer magazine Which has accused Apple of overstating iPhone battery life, the company has run a range of battery tests on Apple’s devices.
According to the report some devices in their tests showed considerably less battery life than Apple claims, this includes the iPhone XR and other models.
Which? tested nine iPhone models and found that all of them fell short of Apple’s battery time claims. In fact, Apple stated that its batteries lasted between 18 per cent and 51 per cent longer than the Which? results.
Apple’s iPhone XR had the biggest battery overestimation for talk time on full charge. In Which? tests, the battery lasted for 16 hours and 32 minutes, whereas Apple claimed that it would last 25 hours – 51 per cent more.
Apple has responded and said that they stand behind their battery life claims, you can see an official statement from Apple below.
“We rigorously test our products and stand behind our battery life claims. With tight integration between hardware and software, iPhone is engineered to intelligently manage power usage to maximize battery life. Our testing methodology reflects that intelligence.