This week, Apple made iOS 16.2 available to the general public. A variety of innovations, including Apple Music Sing, new widgets, and compatibility for 5G in India, are included in the update. Some users might be worried about how the update would affect the battery life of their iPhone, however a YouTube video has already shown the battery performance test of different iPhones running iOS 16.2.
The channel iAppleBytes uploaded the video to YouTube. The most recent version of iOS, iOS 16.2, can be seen running on the iPhone 8, iPhone SE, iPhone XR, iPhone 11, iPhone 12, and iPhone 13.
The YouTuber utilised Geekbench, a reputable benchmarking tool, to examine the battery life of iPhones running iOS 16.2. The auto-brightness setting was off, the screen brightness was set to run at 25%, and all of the iPhones were linked to the same Wi-Fi network. To maintain consistency throughout the test, this was done.
Similar to iOS 16.1 in terms of iOS 16.2’s battery life
The battery life of the smaller iPhones, such the iPhone SE 2022 and iPhone 8, was barely three to four hours. A greater battery life of approximately 5 hours and 45 minutes was offered by the iPhone XR and iPhone 11. Of all the phones tested, the iPhone 13’s battery lasted the longest, lasting for 8 hours and 20 minutes. This was significantly less than the battery life of the iPhone 13 running iOS 16.1, though.
It appears that iOS 16.2 does not bring about any substantial gains in the battery aspect when compared to the iOS 16.1 battery test. On many iPhone models, it actually performs worse when it comes to battery life than iOS 16.1. Despite the claims by numerous users, iOS 16.2