Danksta, 13 Feb 20174000 is what they should aim for. 2900 will not last very longYour comment makes me cringe. Does anyone notice that the screen will be just about 5,2 inch in a less than 5 inch body?
Anonymous, 14 Feb 2017No background process my foot!
Then how listen to music, how to stream videos, how to recie... more
The multitasking implementation on Android allows any program to run in the background, for as long as it wants. An application can run as a service, completely in the background. An application can run at startup, on a schedule, based on events, or continue running after started by the user. While running in the background, an Android app can do anything it has been given permission to do.
iOS does not allow true multitasking for third party apps. iOS only allows certain APIs to run in the background, such as audio streaming and push notifications. An app stops running the instant the user switches to another app. Apple gives their own apps multitasking abilities that other apps are not allowed to use.
The negative for iOS is reduced functionality and the positive is superior smoothness of the system because there aren't any background app interfering with the app that is open and better energy management (anyway Android got Greenify for that). You'll never see something on iOS like an Android app that runs in the background monitoring various contexts, and reacting to them, such as "mute my phone when I place it on a table face down", "remind me to take medication when I get home" or apps like Moto Assist.
The battery in the Lenovo Vibe P1 has almost the double capacity of the iPhone 7 Plus while the phone is almost the same size (slightly narrower and shorter but 2mm thicker): http://www.gsmarena.com/compare.php3?idPhone1=8065&idPhone2=7539
Someone Else, 14 Feb 2017^This. Exactly this.
Just like one of the arthors of GSMArena said, "Apple always produce ... morejust adding..
iphone 9 maybe : QHD screen (advertised as : sharpest smartphone ever). iphone 10 : finally system-wide file manager (and apple will advertise : now, copy mp3 to your phone directly, easier like never before). iphone 11 : reduced bezels (advertised as : more compact than ever). lol
Kristo Radion, 14 Feb 2017this is what i hate about iPhone. they actually can put all-out technologies. But they put it ... more^This. Exactly this.
Just like one of the arthors of GSMArena said, "Apple always produce kinda-good products this year so that they can sell little-bit-better product the next year"
this is what i hate about iPhone. they actually can put all-out technologies. But they put it one by one. good cam (ip 4), 16:9 ratio (ip 5), bigger body (ip 6), selfie cam (ip 6s), waterproof (ip 7), then battery and wireless charge (ip 8).
They have loyal customers, that's an advantage and guarantee that customers always willing to upgrade because there is always new features, although those features already in android many years ago.
Look at samsung. Owners of s6 will not always think to upgrade to s7, because s6 features are already all-out. s7 is just faster (and waterproof)
Samsung is giving f1.9lowlight photography in c9pro and it is nearly 60000but. 7plus iPhone is having f1.2low light photography and it is 82000. y? s7edge and c9pro is having more features iPhone must introduce much more features and also decrease fingerprint sensor detecting time 1+3tphone is having 0.1sec but 7plus is 0.3. 1+3t is nearly 40000but 7plus is 82000
Anonymous, 14 Feb 2017It's iphone. They don't care about MaH, they merely don't run background apps and it is how th... moreNo background process my foot!
Then how listen to music, how to stream videos, how to recieve notifications?
IPhone simply controls it efficiently. Unlike android, which allow all kinds of running junks.. where you keep eyeballing daily on why yout battery drain like nuts.
Anonymous, 13 Feb 2017Fail fail fall..... Apple = Samsung display.. You clearly have no idea what you are talking about.
Jarret, 14 Feb 2017Apple is USA brand. Oled panel made in Korea by Samsung. iPhone made in China by Foxconn. USA'... moreThe OLED is made on a Japanese machine using American, Korean and Japanese materials. Maybe you should stop embarrassing yourself so much.
Jarret, 14 Feb 2017Apple is USA brand. Oled panel made in Korea by Samsung. iPhone made in China by Foxconn. USA'... moreDesigners and software engineers (that take the most money from every iphone sale) are in America. China only gets a very small percent a ge of the profit by comparison.
Jarret, 14 Feb 2017Small upgrade to gain a bigger profit... This is an Apple visionLike any other business venture, don't you think? It just happens that Apple rakes in the most profit.
Apple is USA brand. Oled panel made in Korea by Samsung. iPhone made in China by Foxconn. USA's is nowhere...
xxt, 13 Feb 2017There are already tons of Android phones with better battery endurance than any iPhone. But imagine that battery inside an efficient iphone! I can't say anything without seeing the results first but I'm expecting good results :p
It's not so mind blowing if you ask me. The fact that even the bigger iPhone 7 Plus only have 2900 mAh while the smaller Galaxy S7 edge have 3600 mAh battery just tells us that Apple just didn't wanted to increase the battery capacity all these years.
Danksta, 13 Feb 20174000 is what they should aim for. 2900 will not last very longIt's iphone. They don't care about MaH, they merely don't run background apps and it is how they sustain the good battery. A bit of how your car would have a better mileage if you remove all its seats and pretty much anything with weight in it (except the engine, main chasis and the rims/wheels). Of course your car would suck after that, but who cares as long as people keep praising it?
Stondec100, 13 Feb 2017It's Amazing the iPhone has such good battery life considering how little the battery is. No, not amazing. Expected. IPhone hardly runs any background apps. It's like cutting the legs and the hands of a person and then finding it amazing how few calories he needs to sustain himself (of course , you cut away 1/3rd of his body weight, it's obvious that his caloric needs went way down).