When Apple introduced the new iPhone, it focused on what’s new and what stands out in the field of innovation. These are many and focus mainly on the field of photography and also on the hardware present.
Of course, it was also given prominence to the 20% progression compared to the previous year’s models. This year, apparently, what was said does not fully correspond to what is proven in practice. The performance tests showed that the iPhone 11 Pro was beaten by the iPhone XS.
Now that the iPhone 11 Pro is on the market, it’s normal for a lot of comparisons to start to emerge. If these focus on the competition, there are still those who look at the previous models. With this, it intends to confirm the supposed improvements achieved.
Much more was expected of the performance of the iPhone 11 Pro
Once Apple has revealed that the new iPhone and the new SoC are better than before, it’s time to compare. Thus, were put face to face with the last 3 generations of the iPhone. We have the iPhone 11 Pro battling against the iPhone XS and the iPhone X.
In a first analysis, it was expected that the latest model would beat its predecessors in a total and direct way. The truth is that unexpectedly this did not happen and there is much to explain. The tests are standardized and show possible daily use.
In the first round of the test, where apps are opened for the first time, iPhone X was the last one to meet the requirement. The other two smartphones were an almost identical performance, with iPhone 11 Pro spending 1 second less than iPhone XS.
iPhone XS with old Apple hardware beats all
The worst came with the second round of the test, where apps are reopened. Again iPhone X was left behind with 7 minutes and 27 seconds. In the case of the iPhone 11 Pro, the time was 5 minutes and 49 seconds. The winner, iPhone XS, was able to deliver in just 5 minutes and 21 seconds.
Although many discard them, these tests show a lot of performance. It is known that the iOS 13 may not be optimized yet, but more was expected from this confrontation, even because it depends a lot on the hardware present. The iOS 13.1 arrives this week and may change the final result of these clashes.