IOS 15 vs iOS 14.6 battery test

Many users who, after installing the latest currently available version of iOS 14, iOS 14.6, report that the battery life of their devices has been drastically reduced even when they don’t use the terminal, an issue that apparently Apple does not recognize since a few days ago it stopped signing iOS 14.5.1.

Due to these battery life issues, many users are considering installing the first beta of iOS 15, check it out if the battery issues are resolved

, although this is a beta and currently in the first beta. The guys at AppleBytes did this test for us.

The guys at AppleBytes took a test on the 2020 iPhone 6s, iPhone 7, and iPhone SE models to check it out. Unfortunately, the answer to this question is no. The battery life of both devices remains virtually the same across all devices.

  • IPhone 6s with iOS 14.6: 1 hour and 49 minutes. Maximum battery capacity at 100%. Gloss level at 25%.
  • iPhone 6s with iOS 15: 1 hour and 53 minutes. Maximum battery capacity at 100%. Gloss level at 25%.
  • iPhone 7 with iOS 14.6: 3 hours and 28 minutes. Maximum battery capacity at 100%. Gloss level at 25%.
  • iPhone 7 with iOS 15: 3 hours and 38 minutes. Maximum battery capacity at 100%. Gloss level at 25%.
  • iPhone SE 2020 with iOS 14.6: 3 hours and 42 minutes. 91% of maximum battery capacity. Gloss level at 25%.
  • iPhone SE 2020 with iOS 15: 3 hours and 41 minutes. 91% of maximum battery capacity. Gloss level at 25%.

With the launch of iOS 15, a version that we will be able to install on the iPhone 6s and the iPad Air 2, there are many users who are not convinced to update, because it could be the final blow. for the terminal. However, it seems that Apple worked to make sure that didn’t happen as we could see in this test.