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iPhone 13 series battery capacities leaked; 13 Pro Max model to receive a huge upgrade

Updated: Jun 3, 2021

iPhone 13 pro max dummy vs 12 pro max (unbox therapy)

Popular leaker Digital chat station has revealed the battery capacities of the next iPhones.

It appears that the 5.4-inch iPhone 13 mini will pack a 2,406mAh cell, which is still a good increase over iPhone 12 mini's 2,227mAh battery.

Like last year, the standard iPhone 13 and 13 Pro, which will allegedly both be 6.1-inches, will have the exact same battery capacity. These models will come with 3,095mAh batteries, which is also a good increase over their predecessors' 2,815mAh batteries.

Now here’s the thing, The iPhone 13 Pro Max will get the largest boost in battery capacity. The tipster says that the highest-end model will feature a huge 4,352mAh battery, a massive improvement over the iPhone 12 Pro Max's 3,687mAh battery. Which isn’t at all anywhere a weak performer in terms of day to day battery life.

If you can’t remember, Back in March analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that a new design would provide space for larger batteries on the iPhone 13 series. And yes here we are talking about even few millimeters of space.

The bigger batteries are also expected to make the new phones slightly heavier than the current models. Definitely..

It was also reported late last year that the iPhone 13 line will feature the soft board battery technology which would allow Apple to use flexible circuit boards in place of regular printed ones. This will supposedly help create more room to fit larger cells.

On top of all these there will be LTPO display tech with 120Hz refresh rate on the pro models and all these iPhones will be powered by 5nm A15 which will definitely be more efficient than the current A14 Bionic.

So in terms of battery the next iPhones or more specifically the iPhone 13 pro max will be a huge champion to beat.


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