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Old 11-04-2012, 03:00 AM   #73
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I would be interested to have 2 other numbers in the Anandtech's benchmark table.

1. actual device power consumption (not hours)
2. size of battery on device (volume and weight)

The reason is that I have long thought that the effort to produce thinner and thinner devices was playing hell with battery life.

So the question is whether Apple5 has that much more efficient electronics or does it have relatively "more" battery than the other devices.

That aside, Apple5 looks to be pretty impressive in those battery longevity numbers.

When you fly or power boat you find that your speed affects fuel consumption quite a lot. You don't really notice it so much in a car, until you start going really fast and besides it is a lot easier to gas up.
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