DxOMark specialists tested the power subsystem of the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
The device earned 133 points, taking 15th place in the overall rating. For comparison, the iPhone 13 Pro Max scores 136 points.
Considering that the iPhone 13 Pro Max easily put any flagship of last year on the shoulder blades, the iPhone 14 Pro Max is unlikely to disappoint anyone with its autonomy.
If you look at the results in more detail, then there is some noticeable difference just in points for autonomy: 151 points for the new model versus 156 points for the previous model. In more familiar terms, this is 2 days 17 hours and 2 days 20 hours of work in the source test. At the same time, the devices are charged almost identically.