Apple confirmed the differences in the Battery life on iPhone 6s and 6s Plus
Apple confirmed the information about the battery life in the new iPhone models, saying today that not every device works in the same way because of differences in productivity. According to Apple these differences to a minimum, with some phones can have up to 3% better battery life “in real terms, due to the standard deviations” This is the response to the online feedback to the effect that iPhone processor by Samsung withstand up to 50 minutes less as compared with those of TSMC.
“Our tests and data from customers shows that the actual battery life of iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, even accounting for differences in the components vary between 2 and 3 percent” said Apple in a statement. The company denied the tests in laboratories because they use unrealistic parameters. “They represent work in real terms, as used unrealistic time at the highest CPU performance. This is a misleading way of measuring battery life” says Apple.
If you are concerned and want to check who is the manufacturer of the chip on your new iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus, you can do so by downloading the free application Lirum Device Info Lite. When you run it, you get information about the device, including its processor. If it writes model N66AP (at iPhone 6s Plus) or N71AP (iPhone 6s), this means the chip is produced by Samsung. Accordingly, if the place of the CPU model wrote or N66MAP N71MAP, he is made by TSMC.http://gizbrain.com/2015/10/10/apple-confirmed-the-differences-in-the-battery-life-on-iphone-6s-and-6s-plus/https://i1.wp.com/gizbrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Apple-iPhone6S-A9-cpu.jpg?fit=833%2C380https://i1.wp.com/gizbrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Apple-iPhone6S-A9-cpu.jpg?fit=190%2C150APPLETECH NEWSApple,cpu,iPhone 6S,iPhone 6S Plus,processor,Samsung,smartphone,TSMCApple confirmed the information about the battery life in the new iPhone models, saying today that not every device works in the same way because of differences in productivity. According to Apple these differences to a minimum, with some phones can have up to 3% better battery life 'in...Michael K.Michael K.firstname.lastname@example.orgContributorMichael K. is a writer at GizBrain. Hi guys hope you have fun here as much as I do!GizBrain - Your Tech Brain