On YouTube, iAppleBytes assembled iPhone models with the iOS 14.5 update that Apple released today and compared their battery performance. The results showed both the difference between the models and how they improved compared to past updates.
Tech giant Apple today released the new iOS 14.5 update that iPhone users have been waiting for. One of the most comprehensive iOS 14 updates to date, this update brought many important features to users, such as using FaceID with a mask. Of course, as always with the new update, one of the most curious things was the effect of this update on battery performance.
In recent updates, we have seen that some iPhone models offer longer usage time, and some offer shorter usage time in the same update. the status of the iOS 14.5 update was provided by iAppleBytes on the day the update was released. iAppleBytes compared the iOS 14.5 installed iPhone SE, 6S, 7, 8, XR, 11 and iPhone SE 2020 models to each other in a battery test.
The screen brightness was reduced to 25% on all devices before it went to the test, the auto brightness adjustment feature was turned off and each device was connected to the moon mount point. The devices used the same settings. Geekbench 4 was run on all devices to measure the performance of the battery. The table that appeared at the end of the test was as follows::