The iPhone 14 Pro Max destroys the battery of the Google Pixel 7 Pro
Among the many taunts that Android fans often throw at Apple, we have the battery issue. For years, this has been the main finding: iPhones have better cameras, but worse batteries than Samsung or Xiaomi phones, for example. Okay, What if we told you that this is not quite correct?
A few generations ago, Apple decided to get down to work to develop better batteries for your iPhones. Thus, we moved to an era in which these terminals offered better results than those historically recognized for having authentic battery beasts.
In fact, without going any further, the iPhone 13 Pro Max was recognized during the last generation as the mobile with the best battery on the marketreaching up to two days in a row without charging in between.
Recently, a user wanted to test the capabilities of the iPhone 14 Pro Max, the latest Apple device, against the Google Pixel 7 Pro, the latest Google model. Who will win? We already told you, and it is that Apple's bet has swept the floor with that of Mountain Viewand by a significant margin.
How has the iPhone 14 Pro Max achieved better results with a lower capacity battery?
One of the things that most surprises users is Apple's optimization of the batteries of its devices. Even using lower capacity, the iPhone 14 Pro Max has managed to obtain a better result than the Pixel 7 Pro. How much is the difference between both batteries? Well, while Google's bet offers about 5,000 mAh of battery, Apple's barely reaches 4,323 mAh.
What went wrong with the Google device? To begin with, we have the integration between Android and the Pixel 7 Pro's Tensor G2 chip. Everything points to the fact that, between these two variables, there is no relationship as optimized as that of the A16 Bionic chip with iOS 16both key in the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
It is thanks to this optimization and integration that Apple can achieve better results with the battery of its devices. Force is worth nothing without controland this is well known from Cupertino, who even continue to maintain a "low" amount of RAM in their terminals, compared to the Android landscape, and with better results.
Battery tests on both devices: the iPhone wins
The YouTube channel PhoneBuff He has shared a video where he tests the battery of both devices. To make it, used a robot that controlled the terminals on the screenopening and closing applications, writing text, and playing sounds, videos, and games.
During the first hour of the test, the iPhone 14 Pro Max already had 87% battery, while the Google Pixel 7 Pro lagged behind with 82%.
At the time the Pixel 7 Pro hit 0% and died, the iPhone 14 Pro Max still had 21%. PhoneBuff then decided to calculate what could be done with this percentage until the iPhone also followed the same fate as the Pixel. The response was surprising. With this small number you can chat for 3 hours and a half or use Instagram for 4 hours and 12 minutes.
Finally, the count of the Pixel 7 Pro showed that the device reached 25 hours and 41 minutes of activity. The iPhone 14 Pro Max, meanwhile, arrived at 27 hours and 44 minutes.