Let’s take a break from the iPhone 5 for a quick second and focus on something equally as sexy – battery life comparisons across various OS X iterations.
I know I know, it’s hard to sit still but trust me, it’s actually rather interesting. MacObserver conducted a few tests measuring battery life performance in OS X going back to Snow Leopard and it’s interesting to see how it’s steadily improved. Of course, the first iteration of OS X Mountain Lion seemed to have taken a few steps back, but the recent release of OS X 10.8.2 seems to have rectified those problems.
Take a look at the chart below and head on over to MacObserver for more of their findings. It’s actually rather interesting.