Low-battery anxiety is real. The fear of running out of battery while I’m on my way home has bothered me for as long as I can remember using flagship smartphones. It was only two months back when I bought the most expensive slab phone that helped me end my battery anxiety.
Even almost a year since its release, the iPhone 13 Pro Max is still the battery champ in 2022. No flagship
The basic purpose of the mobile phone is to allow people in two different places to communicate instantly — thus eliminating the human anxiety about loneliness. But if a phone dies, it can be an extra traumatic experience because these gadgets have created communication dependency, as per a study at Eskişehir Osmangazi University in Turkey.
If you are anything like me, you have probably offloaded various parts of your life on your
Since smartphones have become more than just communicator devices, it’s important for us to have them working all the time. But modern mobile phones have yet to solve the low-battery anxiety problem. I’ve used most of the 2022
That’s where the iPhone 13 Pro Max steps in and shines. You can do it all – play games, navigate around the city for an hour, FaceTime your friends, doomscroll on social media, etc. And yet, you will still have about 30% battery left when you get home. I have had days where I got about six hours of screen-on time with 40% battery left. I can’t imagine using any of the year’s best Android phones to this extent and getting anyway near that mark.
I mostly work from home, but there are times I choose to work out of my favorite cafes in Delhi. I carry a charging brick with me for my MacBook, but with the
Nothing is perfect. Despite all the bells and whistles on the battery life, the
If I forget to plug the
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