What you need to know
- iPhone 11 reviewers all say the device's battery life is fantastic.
- They say the iPhone 11's battery life lives up to Apple's claims.
- Users should expect to get through an entire day with battery life left over.
Over the past several years, smartphones have gotten thinner and thinner, in some cases resulting in less than stellar battery life. The good news is that trend is starting to turn around, with devices like the new iPhone 11 featuring a slightly thicker design to make way for a bigger battery.
Wouldn't you know it? Reviewers are responding in kind to the change, praising the iPhone 11's seemingly endless battery. Improved battery life is a huge win for consumers, because it means people will have less battery anxiety. No longer will you go frantically searching for an outlet in a last ditch effort to charge your device.
CNBC said they got all-day battery life:
Endgaget found that the iPhone 11's battery life was even better than last year's iPhone XR:
Mashable also compared the iPhone 11's battery life to that of the iPhone XR:
The Verge said the iPhone 11's battery easily lasted a full day:
Tech Radar said Apple's battery life claims turned out to be true:
iMore put the iPhone 11 through some grueling tests and said the battery crushed it:
The iPhone 11 is available to preorder now for $699 and launches on September 20.
The iPhone 11 is the iPhone for everyone. It features powerful guts, a great camera, and a battery that lasts forever. It's also affordable, making it a great option for the average consumer.
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