The Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max is already being hailed as one of the longest-lasting smartphones on the market. DxOMark specialists undertook to verify this statement. They ran their own set of tests to check the model’s autonomy, charging speed and energy efficiency.
The Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max features a 4,352 mAh battery, the largest of any iPhone. Interestingly, according to the results of numerous tests, DxOMark experts made a very modest verdict: the gadget has excellent autonomy and slow charge consumption, but it is far from the fastest charging.
In the autonomy test, the iPhone 13 Pro Max worked 98 hours in low-activity mode (2 hours 30 minutes a day), 68 hours in moderate mode (4 hours a day) and 43 hours in intensive mode (7 hours a day) … As a result, Apple’s flagship took first place in the battery life ranking.
But in terms of charging, the device is noticeably inferior to competitors. Over the wire, it replenishes 44% in 30 minutes, and it takes 2 hours and 11 minutes to fully charge it. Using the wireless method, you can get 25% in half an hour, but 100% will have to wait 2 hours and 41 minutes. DxOMark points out that Apple has done a good job of battery life, and now it should focus on charging speed.