We are sure we're all wondering how the heck we got here, but here we are.
Come spring when Apple releases iOS 11.3 you will be given the option to both view your battery health and disable Dynamic Power Management if it's been enabled due to your battery being in poor health.
See our concepts here to know what this could look like.
So the question is simple - will you disable Dynamic Power Management if your battery is in poor health?
It doesn't matter how big a battery is. As the battery ages, the internal resistance goes up. If the current draw is too big, you can have a 15 Ah battery, and the phone would still shut down as the voltage dips. This is a basic rule for all batterie...
What you expect me to say by dragging unrelated samsung into this ? I dont use samsung and i dont care . Anyway samsung have 3600mah double of apple . They should charge $158 by apple style .