Exactly. And due to how Marvel loves to change up the status quo in the Earth-616 comics, the powers aren't always exactly the same. There was a time where Otto Octavius took over Peter Parker's body while Peter was a subconscious ghost after dying in Otto's body. There were probably pages on Peter and Otto during the Superior Spider-Man run that say their powers are the same as 616 even though being invisible and only being able to call out to Otto and take control of one arm is not the same powers as the wall-crawling, web-slinging, strong and fast Spider-Sensing guy these other realities depict. And Peter and Otto don't have the same powers so all the Doc Ocks saying "same as [[Otto Octavius (Earth-616)]]" during the Superior Spider-Man run were false as well because he had Peter's powers at the time.
As long as a dead character doesn't have their appearance of death listed, they are miscategorized as living. I'm going to add what I remember from Endgame. I've seen that movie twice last week so I should have plenty to remember. And by the way, don't you find pages that just say their powers are the same as the Earth-616 character to be lazy? Because I think listing every power that the particular character of a movie or TV series, video game or even alternate timeline have been seen using, and maybe even describing a notable usage of that power in that series, would be better citation than "Seemingly the same powers as Earth-616."
**AVENGERS: ENDGAME SPOILERS FOLLOW**
So now when someone adds information about Avengers: Endgame to a character page, they now have to do it in one edit? Someone has to update [[Anthony Stark (Earth-199999)]] history section to include Tony's entire role from the movie and list Endgame as his death in the infobox and add [[Morgan Stark (Earth-199999)|Morgan Stark]] (daughter) to the list of relatives all at once or your partial edit would get reverted even when it's true and in good faith? The problem with this new rule is that it makes editing so much harder and takes away teamwork. It's far more productive to finish what someone else started than to revert infobox edits just because they didn't add to the History section. There's probably a few Earth-616 pages that have infobox information from a story that wasn't notable enough for the history.