iPhone XR vs iPhone X While the iPhone XR lasted 5 hours and 35 minutes in the battery test, last year's iPhone X surprisingly lasted a little over 11 hours.
Battery Life The iPhone XR offers up to 25 hours of talk time, up to 15 hours of internet use, up to 16 hours of video playback, and up to 65 hours of audio playback.
There are Android phones that last longer than the iPhone XR. For instance, the Huawei P20 Pro and its 4,000 mAh battery lasted an epic 14 hours and 13 minutes on the same test.iPhone XR Battery Life: The Results Are In.
|Phone||Battery Life (Hours: Minutes)|
|iPhone XS Max||10:38|
|Huawei P20 Pro||14:13|
According to Apple, the iPhone XR is rated to last for 15 hours with internet usage, up from 12 hours on the iPhone XS and 13 hours on the Max. And for video playback, the iPhone XR is listed as offering 16 hours of life, up from 14 hours on the iPhone XS and 15 hours on the Max.
Last year, when we tested continuous video playback on Airplane mode, the iPhone XR averaged 19 hours and 53 minutes. In comparison, the iPhone 8 Plus lasted 13 hours and 45 minutes. This discrepancy is likely due to a bump in battery capacity for the XR.
iPhone XR tech specs
|Colors||White, Black, Red, Coral, Blue, Yellow|
|Battery Life||11 hours 26 minutes|
|Size||5.9 x 3.0 x 0.3 inches|
According to Apple, the iPhones with the best battery life are the iPhone 11 Pro Max and iPhone 12 Pro Max. Both phones are designed to last for 12 hours of video streaming, 20 hours of video playback, and 80 hours of audio playback. In the real world, we'd expect the iPhone 11 Pro Max to last longer.
The iPhone XR lasts up to 90 minutes longer than the iPhone 8 Plus. Talk time is up to 25 hours, internet use up to 15 hours, video playback is up to 16 hours, and audio playback is up to 65 hours.
|Battery||Type||Li-Ion 2942 mAh, non-removable (11.16 Wh)|
|Charging||Fast charging 15W, 50% in 30 min (advertised) USB Power Delivery 2.0 Qi wireless charging|
iPhone 13iPhone 13All of the iPhone 13 models are 7.65mm thick, up from 7.4mm for the iPhone 12 lineup. Height and width of the new models are the same compared to the iPhone 12, but the change in thickness and the new design for the cameras for some models will mean the iPhone 12 cases likely won't fit iPhone 13 models.: 7 hours and 45 minutes. iPhone 13 mini: 6 hours and 26 minutes. iPhone 12: 5 hours and 54 minutes.
Apple says it can last up to 28 hours for video playback, up to 25 hours for streaming video, and up to 95 hours for audio playback. All of that's possible thanks to the 4,352mAh battery inside the device, which typically allows for an extra 2.5 hours of use over the iPhone 12 Pro Max.
According to Apple it offers up to 14 hours of talk time on 3G and up to 10 days of standby time from a single charge. Internet use is listed as 10 hours on 3G and LTE and up to 11 hours on Wi-FiWi-FiWi-Fi or WiFi (/ˈwaɪfaɪ/) is a family of wireless network protocols, based on the IEEE 802.11 family of standards, which are commonly used for local area networking of devices and Internet access, allowing nearby digital devices to exchange data by radio waves.. The iPhone 6s also offers up to 11 hours of HD video playback and up to to 50 hours of audio playback.
Apple iPhone 7: ~10 hours, 15 minutes. Apple iPhone 7 Plus: ~12 hours, 40 minutes. Huawei Mate 9: ~5 hours, 15 minutes.
A used iPhone X's battery life will have approximately 80% capacity left, meaning the battery will last for an average of 8 hours and 30 minutes with regular use for an iPhone X that's about 2 years old.
The iPhone 5's video playback battery life is 10 hours and its audio playback is 40 hours. The smartphone's standby time battery life is 225 hours. The battery life estimates are based on a fully charged battery at its original capacity.
iPhone XS – Battery Life I can make it from 8am to 11pm before falling below 10% charge, just as I did on my iPhone X, and I'm managing a snip over four hours of screen-on time each day, just as I did on my iPhone X. In essence, even if Apple says the XS has a longer-lasting battery, I don't see it – not yet at least.