Geekbench 3 Benchmark Shows the difference in performance during low power mode on iPhone
iOS 9’s release, brought with itself various astonishing features and specifications, however, the most important of all the features is its new Low Power Mode. The main purpose of the Low Power Mode is to close all the background programs and activities and to reduce the performance to save the cell phone’s battery life.
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The query is that whether this feature enables the cell phone to work efficiently or is just another battery saving device. Activities like background network calls to fetch email and to refresh apps are all closed while low battery mode is running on.
Geekbench 3 has been overhauled to work with Apple's iOS 9 and serves up a few responses to these inquiries. Utilizing Geekbench 3 for iOS, which was recently overhauled with backing for iOS 9 manufactures, Low Power mode dropped an iPhone 6 Plus' multi-center score from 2,891 to 1,751, while single-center execution tumbled from 1,606 to 1,019. Results were comparative on an iPhone 5s, which saw a 40-percent diminish in performance.
It ought to be noticed that the tests were performed utilizing beta programming and results will probably change when a last form is discharged this fall. iOS 9’s low power mode alerts the user when battery drops to 10 and 20 % so that the user can quickly switch to low power mode. The device indicates that it is in power saving mode when the battery turns yellow.