Apple has focused on two big things about the iPhone 11 model: cameras and battery life. In typical battery life tests so far, the flagship iPhones have performed well, but they have outperformed the leading Android phones, which deliver much more capacity.
However, Apple increased the battery capacity of the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max this year. And the results speak for themselves; in Arun Maini's battery life test video, the iPhone 11 Pro Max easily defeats the leading Android race.
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Apple has made big claims for the new flagship life of the iPhone battery, according to all models reportedly beating the iPhone XR's performance and common use in the real world supports these estimates. But how does the line of the iPhone 11 compare to the leading Android smartphones in terms of battery life …
The battery capacity of the iPhone 11 is estimated at 3046 mAH and the iPhone 11 Pro is roughly comparable to 3190 mAH. The larger iPhone 11 Pro Max has a huge 3969 mAH battery. In this test, Maini compares the three iPhone 11s to the Note 10+ and the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, which features an incredible 4500 mAH battery.
The battery life test is relatively tense, navigating tasks such as Instagram, Camera, 3D games, music streaming and Shazam. How well does the combination of Apple hardware and software go?
Obviously you can watch the video yourself for the full breakdown of what happened, but the interesting thing is that while the iPhone 11 Pro Max was storming ahead, the $ 1199 iPhone 11 overtook its 5.8 – include a cousin of the iPhone 11 Pro with a pretty large stock – although on paper the batteries look equivalent.
iPhone 11 reached a 5 hour and 2 minute end time. This longevity is good for everyday use and reflects the work of the iPhone XR, which everyone usually agrees is more than enough to get you through a normal day.
However, the iPhone 11 Pro manages 6 hours and 42 minutes, lasting an extra hour and a half from the iPhone 11. This much of the discrepancy was surprising. Perhaps the OLED display in the 11 Pro is simply more efficient than the LCD panel of the 11, or there may be unclear software explanations behind it.
Note 10+ clocked 6 hours and 31 minutes, almost competing with the iPhone 11 Pro.  But there is a big difference between these and the other two applicants. The Huawei Mate 30 Pro came in 8 hours and 13 minutes … but the iPhone 11 Pro Max came in number one with an incredible 8 hours and 32 minutes of battery life.
It will be very difficult to squeeze out the juice of an iPhone 11 Pro Max with typical daily workloads.
Watch the full test here: