The iPhone 8 and iPhone X, less affected by the batterygate -


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Wednesday, 7 February 2018

The iPhone 8 and iPhone X, less affected by the batterygate

Unlike their brothers, Apple's iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and Apple's iPhone X handle their own performance in a different way . Therefore, these terminals have been less affected by the batterygate that has been hitting the Cupertino since it was leaked thanks to a user .

Apple has learned the lesson and included in the new version of the beta of iOS 11.3 a way to "turn off" the slowdown that Apple had put on the older iPhone. However, this new feature does not work the way we expected .

Immune to the batterygate ... or not

Apple has said in a special statement that, although the iPhone 8 and iPhone X will see a decrease in battery capacity as time passes, none of these new devices has the performance control imposed by Apple in iOS 11 Therefore, even if they are worn out in the future, they will not be slowed down by the system.

But this is not permanent . In a new document Apple has made it clear that in the future this measure could be applied to the iPhone 8 , iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X.
It's not a goodbye, it's a see you later

The Cupertino have stated the following: "The iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X use a hardware design and software that provides more accurate estimates of both the need for power and the battery capacity, to maximize the most of the performance of the system. This allows to integrate a more precise performance management system, which allows iOS to anticipate and avoid unexpected restarts or shutdowns. As a result, the impact on performance could be less noticeable on the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. Over time, the rechargeable batteries of all iPhone models will be diminished in their capacity and peak performance, and eventually they will need to be replaced . "

So do not sing victory yet, since Apple has not given up with this feature of iOS 11. According to the company, this system benefits all users , but consumers seem not to believe the same.

The new beta of iOS 11.3 is now available , and with it we can disable this optimization of performance and battery from the Settings menu of our iPhone, Battery section. By the way, if you changed the battery of your iPhone, be careful that Apple could return your money .

How affected has your terminal been with this feature? Leave us your answer in the comments!

Via | MacRumors 

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