Apple is and always has been known for not publishing the actual battery capacities of its devices in its spec sheets, and so if you’re interested in the exact numbers you usually have to wait until people get their hands on the new iPhones and dismantle them. them.
Or, as is the case today, wait for Chinese regulators to certify new models sold in the country. Such certification is exactly what surfaced today, revealing the fact that all four iPhone 15 models feature slightly larger batteries than their predecessors. Let’s go.
The iPhone 15’s cell is 3,349 mAh, compared to 3,279 mAh on the iPhone 14. The iPhone 15 Plus gets 4,383 mAh, compared to 4,325 mAh on the iPhone 14 Plus. The battery capacity of the iPhone 15 Pro is 3,274 mAh, compared to 3,200 mAh on the iPhone 14 Pro. Finally, the iPhone 15 Pro Max beats them all with its 4,422 mAh cell, compared to 4,323 mAh in the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
These increases are, as you can see, tiny. So if there are any noticeable improvements in battery life, they will most likely come from more efficient chipsets and displays – not from those sub-100mAh gains in battery sizes.
The iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max were revealed at a special event on Tuesday, and they all went pre-ordered today in dozens of markets across the globe. world.