You should update, and if you only used for one day, it’s normal, all your apps are working because it’s new, you have to wait more or less more than 48 hours to see a normal use. But I have to say you that battery on iPhone XS it’s not so wellIs it normal to be at 60% battery with just 1:30 hours SoT? I've bought the phone yesterday, new, and this is just ridiculous...it's currently at ios 13.1.3, with 13.3 waiting for download..
You're the perfect candidate for an apple smart battery case. Or even a different brand. My wife loved her zero lemon on her X.Well here unlocked Xs 64GB is 700$, while the 11 Pro 64gb is 1200$... So I couldn't justify the price difference.
My previous phone was a Xiaomi MI 9t pro (SD855 + 4000MAH), and it did between 5 and 6 hours SoT outside in the sun on mobile data. Imagine the frustration now. I knew it won't be that good, but didn't expect at all it would be SO BAD.
Depending on the usage, with my former iPhone XS I could reach between 4h30 and 6h SoT (most of the time it was around 5h30min).Is it normal to be at 60% battery with just 1:30 hours SoT? I've bought the phone yesterday, new, and this is just ridiculous...it's currently at ios 13.1.3, with 13.3 waiting for download..
S10 and Pixel 3 are not better than an iPhone XS, battery wise.If I wanted a big phone, I would've bought a Xs Plus and get a better battery. I don't use protective cases because the bulk they add to the phone.
I'm starting to regret not buying another phone like a Galaxy S10 or Pixel 3/4.. I'm outside all day long and a dependent battery is crucial for me.
That's just plain false.Sorry man, the Xs just has bad battery life in general. It was a key reason I prematurely retired mine and upgraded to an 11 Pro where I’ve been more than happy with it.
The fact that it actually has a smaller sized battery than the X before it just said from the start, which I wish I knew before I bought mine back then - this thing isn’t futureproofed at all and with newer iOS releases that aren’t designed/optimised for it, it’ll just get worse with time.
Only thing I can recommend is turn on low power mode at like 65%, it helped a little bit with my Xs, to compare with my 11 Pro, I don’t turn that on until 30%.
Let it "settle" for a couple of days and then check again.
That’s a shame, at least you can put it in Low Power Mode.We can't swap here
Still, the three phones you mentioned are too big for my liking.
My 2 year old X with battery capacity showing 92% gets over 5hrs SOT consistently.. I'm definitely not a heavy power user so I rarely need to charge my phone more often than every two days.. What does the battery stats show as the using the most battery power? Maybe you have an app misbehaving in the background?