iPhone 6s battery life varies by just 2 to 3 per cent, Apple says

Apple has dismissed tests which claimed to demonstrate battery life varied hugely in its new iPhone 6s models depending on the brand of its A9 chip processor as “not representative of real-world usage”.

The recently-released new generation of iPhones, the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, each contain a chip made by one of two manufacturers, Samsung and TSMC.

Several reports have emerged claiming the phones containing the TSMC chip boasts a significantly better better life than those made with the Samsung processors, according to Anandtech and benchmark testing, with some users claiming the battery life could differ by as much as two hours between chips.

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