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FeliApple

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Like how much of a difference are we talking between 11 and 14, an hour?
The vast majority of iOS 11 screenshots for the iPhone X were between 8 and 9 hours. On iOS 14, they seem to be around 6 hours of screen-on time.
That’s around a 25-35% decrease within three iOS updates.

To be honest, that’s A LOT better than it used to be.
 
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aakshey

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The vast majority of iOS 11 screenshots for the iPhone X were between 8 and 9 hours. On iOS 14, they seem to be around 6 hours of screen-on time.
That’s around a 25-35% decrease within three iOS updates.

To be honest, that’s A LOT better than it used to be.
On the money.
 

TH55

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The vast majority of iOS 11 screenshots for the iPhone X were between 8 and 9 hours. On iOS 14, they seem to be around 6 hours of screen-on time.
That’s around a 25-35% decrease within three iOS updates.

To be honest, that’s A LOT better than it used to be.
But you still wouldn’t update?
 
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