So as always iOS 13.2 is out and many will wonder. Will it ruin my battery life, or will it improve my battery life over older versions of iOS, especially iOS 13.1.3 that was only out for a few days.

For this video I have been able to add a new iPhone XR, also a new iPhone 8 was added both these devices are new and at 100% battery health. The iPhone 7 had its battery replaced which means that all devices in the tests are at max battery health.

I try to figure that out by comparing iOS 13.2 battery life using the battery life test of Geekbench 4.

This time I run the test on iOS 13.2 and compared them with the scores of iOS 13.1.3 from the videos I did recently.

Max Battery capacity of the phones are revealed in the video, they are all 100% and all are performing to max performance. (one exception, is the SE which dropped 1% since the iOS 13.1.3 test)

The iPhone 6S are on TMSC chipset.

Hope you enjoy the video.

How Geekbench works :

Geekbench 4 battery scores measure the battery life of a device when running processor-intensive applications. It provides a consistent workload to the device, and generates a Geekbench score by evaluating the amount of work that it is able to do while the battery is discharging and the amount of time it takes for the battery to discharge.

The battery benchmark can be run in Full Discharge mode, from 100% to 0% battery level, to provide a high level of confidence in a device’s battery performance. The battery benchmark can also be run in Partial Discharge mode, for 3 hours. If the battery benchmark is stopped after 10 minutes, by the user or by the battery reaching 0%, then the result will be saved and can be uploaded. Battery benchmark scores gathered by any method except the Full Discharge mode provide a medium level of confidence in a device’s battery performance, and longer tests are more reliable.

When comparing scores, remember that higher scores are better, and double the score indicates double the performance.

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