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Apple iPhone 12 battery life drains 20% faster when it is on the 5G network than on 4G, study finds

Tom's Guide found that the iPhone 12's battery life lasts 20 percent less on the 5G network than when running on 4G. Testing was conducted by surfing the web and opening a new site on the smartphone every 30 minutes until the battery died
Tom’s Guide found that the iPhone 12’s battery life lasts 20 percent less on the 5G network than when running on 4G. Testing was conducted by surfing the web and opening a new site on the smartphone every 30 minutes until the battery died

Apple announced the upgrade during a live event on October 13, which it said will allow data flow at much faster speeds. CEO Tim Cook (pictured) discussed the benefits of having 5G, sharing everything to video streaming to more privacy

Apple announced the upgrade during a live event on October 13, which it said will allow data flow at much faster speeds. CEO Tim Cook (pictured) discussed the benefits of having 5G, sharing everything to video streaming to more privacy

Results for the iPhone 12 Pro (right smartphone) showed the handset lasted 11 hours and 14 minute on 4G and just nine hours and six minutes when connected to 5G
Results for the iPhone 12 Pro (right smartphone) showed the handset lasted 11 hours and 14 minute on 4G and just nine hours and six minutes when connected to 5G

Tom's Guide also put Android smartphones through the same test and found they surpassed the performance of Apple's new devices. The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus lasted 10 hours and 31 minutes over 5G, which is nearly 1.5 hours than the iPhone 12 Pro
Tom’s Guide also put Android smartphones through the same test and found they surpassed the performance of Apple’s new devices. The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus lasted 10 hours and 31 minutes over 5G, which is nearly 1.5 hours than the iPhone 12 Pro

EXPLAINED: THE EVOLUTION OF MOBILE BROADBAND UP TO 5G
The evolution of from 1G to 5G. The predicted speed of 5G is more than 1Gbps - 1,000 times greater than the existing speed of 4G and could be implemented in laptops of the future 
The evolution of from 1G to 5G. The predicted speed of 5G is more than 1Gbps – 1,000 times greater than the existing speed of 4G and could be implemented in laptops of the future 

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