IPP 10,5 BATTERY TEST

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  1. cibonak macrumors regular

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  2. bufffilm, Jun 12, 2017
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    Look at the Engadget review...the 10.5 battery is better than the Pro 9.7 (which was IMO crappy) but not what I consider to be a full step forward.

    It's a half-step.

    I'm actually a bit disappointed.

    I was leaning towards the 10.5 as the more cost-effective iPad but now, I'm not so sure. Waiting for the Engadget review on the new 12.9...
     
  3. cibonak thread starter macrumors regular

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    engadget put the screen at 100% which is not the majority of the users
     
  4. bufffilm, Jun 12, 2017
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    I know that, but it is a consistent test that they do on every generation iPad. Which make it an excellent way to extrapolate your run time given what each user likes for their screen brightness.

    As opposed to the usual 'I used the iPad on a multitude of usual ways and it lasted me a day and a half' gobbledegook which tells me nothing.
     
  5. klasma macrumors newbie

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    FWIW, it would be more consistent if they put it on the same measured brightness. 100% brightness on iPad model x is not the same actual brightness than 100% brightness on iPad model y.
     

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