As he now traditionally does with each new range of iPhone, the Youtuber Mrwhosetheboss (excellent by the way) has produced a video comparison of autonomy between the iPhone 14 Pro / Pro Max, the iPhone 14, and other models of relatively recent iPhones such as the iPhone SE, the iPhone 13 mini and the iPhone 12 and 13. The iPhones are arranged in ringette while the Youtuber performs a certain number of actions (opening and closing apps, reading idéos, navigation, games, etc.), until all iPhones are turned off.
In this little game, the iPhone SE is the first model to beg for a recharge (nearly 5 hours of autonomy, which is not much), followed by the 13 mini (6h36 minutes), the iPhone 12 (6h48 minutes) , the iPhone 13 (7h15 minutes), the iPhone 14 (7h13 minutes) and the iPhone 14 Pro (7h49n minutes). Unsurprisingly, it is the iPhone 14 Pro Max that closes the debates with an impressive autonomy of 9h31 minutes! It’s a little less than the iPhone 13 Pro Max (9h52 minutes), but in everyday use, the iPhone 14 Pro Max should easily last 2 or 3 days between two recharges, which confirms Apple’s enormous progress on the autonomy of its iPhones.