Oops: iPhone XS Max Battery Life Lower than Top Android Rivals’

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Oops: iPhone XS Max Battery Life Lower than Top Android Rivals’

Apple has bragged about the battery life of its new-generation iPhones during the September 12 press event, but if a new test is to be believed, the Cupertino-based tech giant actually doesn’t have any reason to praise the 2018 models.

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