Apple’s new operating system for iPhone, iOS, 13, is also in the dark mode or dark mode. “Finally,” according to the fans around the world. In the background, it is in that state no longer is light and bright, but very dark. In the case of iOS, of 13, and even really black, which makes it ideal for OLED displays. A battery test by PhoneBuff shows that the dark-mode, up to thirty per cent, more fuel-efficient it can be.
from Last year, it launched Apple is in the dark mode, all of the MacBooks and now also in the mobile operating system, iOS, is the same for the iPhone. In the dark mode, it would be more economical, and we wanted to PhoneBuff in practice. The two end-XS – and with the OLED screen was introduced. Both of which have a fully charged battery, but the only one operating in the normal light mode and the other in the new dark. The duties consisted of typing a text message, scrolling through Twitter, playing videos on YouTube, and look up the locations on Google Maps.
What was the result? As for the battery life of the iPhone XS in the moderate mode was the unit in the dark mode, more than 30 per cent. A major difference is that PhoneBuff, however, still qualifies. For instance, the brightness of the test set to 200 nits. At 100 nits), the difference in power is less pronounced. It is also important to note that not all of the apps, and the dark mode will have to be integrated. This is where the dark mode is available for the average user is not as efficient as the original test showed.
We have to repeat once again that the gains in efficiency are only meaningful to you, it is with OLED screens, where the pixels are black display are disabled. In the dark mode, and is, of course, there are more black, and the pixels are so often turned off, what is the efficiency of the battery as a result. With LCD screens, like the iPhone, 11, with the display of a black color, the pixels are turned on, which consumes energy.