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01 Jan, 2018 12:09 AM
for full and partial battery benchmark tests on iphone6 @ 11.2.1, what % should I charge the battery to before performing the tests? Also, is it recommended or not to use the "dim screen" feature? What is the point of this feature? Does it affect the test, or is it there in case user wants to run overnight and not be disturbed by bright screen while sleeping? Also, is there a recommended battery level at which to run the CPU and Compute tests? Wondering whether it's necessary to run all tests above and below Apple's throttling thresholds. Thanks!
on 01 Jan, 2018 03:45 AM
Also, should all these tests be run with the Cellular, Wifi, and Bluetooth radios on or off, some on some off, etc?
on 01 Jan, 2018 11:48 AM
Interestingly when I started the test on my SE I got a message saying to charge my phone to 100% first (it was 80%), and it would not start the test until I had done so.
But when I started the test on my 6, it just started no questions asked (battery was 75%)
on 30 Jan, 2018 08:14 PM
All good questions. I’d like to know the answers too.
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