Battery life of iPhones falling 'significantly short' of what Apple claims they ...

Battery life of iPhones costing up to £900 is falling 'significantly short' of what Apple claims they should achieve Tests show Apple claims of iPhone battery life are ‘up to 51% longer’ than reality Consumer group Which? tested the talk time of popular models from five brands They found all nine mobile models tested failed to deliver the promised talk time The biggest time discrepancy was in the iPhone XR, which can cost up to £900

By Sean Poulter Consumer Affairs Editor For The Daily Mail

Published: 22:09 BST, 3 May 2019 | Updated: 22:09 BST, 3 May 2019

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The battery life of iPhones falls significantly short of what maker Apple claims, according to research.

All nine models of the popular mobile failed to deliver the promised talk time in independent real-life tests by consumer group Which?.

It found a gap between claim and actual performance in the phones of only one other firm, HTC. 

Which? tested the average talk time for popular models from five brands and compared the results with the makers’ claims. 

All nine models of the popular mobile failed to deliver the promised talk time in independent real-life tests by consumer group Which?. It found a gap between claim and actual performance in the phones of only one other firm, HTC [File photo]

All nine models of the popular mobile failed to deliver the promised talk time in independent real-life tests by consumer group Which?. It found a gap between claim and actual performance in the phones of only one other firm, HTC [File photo]

Apple’s claims for battery life were between 18 and 51 per cent longer than achieved by the

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