iPhone 6S battery life may vary 2 to 3%, nothing to have with Samsung or TSMC chip

New iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus carry upgrades on various areas to compete with other high-enders. But inside there are also some differences on both iPhone models. Unlike last year’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus this year Apple has employed chipset by a mix of suppliers. And, many of Apple spectators sought the A9 chip from different suppliers producing different results, particularly in their battery performance.

The A9 Chipset for this year’s iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus includes those from Samsung and TSMC. According to some recent analysis the Samsung-made chip used in iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus models is smaller than the TSMC-made. Thus, it is estimated with lower performance on various areas.

As we have observed with previous iPhones, such claims and speculations about Apple devices are not new. Apple however responds timely, according to Apple it has selected different suppliers to meet the excessive demand. However, following current speculations Apple came forward with a more detailed statement.

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The official statement by Apple stated that its A9 chip works perfectly regardless of apparent differences in models. It gave explanation to certain reports and speculation about the performance. While explaining the matter, Apple also accept that due to differences in component there exists some performance variations. But as it states the differences are limited within 2-3 percent.

Apple Said in its statement that its results are based on native testing and data collected from users. It claimed the results it has learned has rejected the certain reports. The reports are built over tests conducted under unrealistic conditions, it farther staid.

According to Apples analysis, its devices have been treated with some third party tests with out of real life usage. With unusual device usage and high CPU optimization the device is tested to produce unusual results. Thus rejecting reports Apple looks confident with its approach over its performance.

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Source: 9to5Mac

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