Significant increase in all three phones
Data on iPhone batteries are rarely ever published by Apple. And no, not when the phones are officially unveiled. The reason for this is that they tend to have significantly smaller capacities than their competitors and yet a similar and even better experience is obtained in many cases thanks to the optimization of the processor and software designed by Apple itself. However, the data can be obtained based on various tests carried out on the devices once they are launched on the market.
Of the iPhone 13 we cannot say yet exactly what capabilities they will have, although the Weiboo website has shown capabilities that the leaker has echoed L0vetodream, who is likely to confirm this information based on their sources. Obviously it might not end up being this way, but given its success story and that it has been commenting for months that Apple will increase the battery of its next smartphones, it does not seem to be information that is going to be very misguided.
- iPhone 13 mini (12s mini): 2,406 mAh
- iPhone 13 (12s): 3,095 mAh
- iPhone 13 Pro (12s Pro): 3,095 mAh
- iPhone 13 Pro Max (12s Pro Max): 4,532 mAh
This would be a considerable increase compared to the iPhone 12. We recall that these devices have 2,227 mAh batteries in the case of the iPhone 12 mini, 3,687 in the case of the 12 Pro Max and 2,775 or 2,885 in the case of the 12 and 12 Pro. These last data may vary depending on the source, but in any case it means a lower battery than what its successors would bring.
How will this affect the autonomy of the teams?
In the case of the ‘mini’ model, we understand that this increase was a necessity. The current iPhone 12 mini is not a team that has a bad autonomy, but the truth is that its difference with the rest of the range is considerable and depending on what type of uses it can be short, so an increase in this year’s generation will be very well received. In the case of the standard iPhone 13 you will also notice a significant change. If we take into account the presumably good management that the future A15 processor will do, this increase in autonomy will be even more evident.
However, on ‘Pro’ models it may not be too noticeable. It is expected that these models will finally incorporate ProMotion technology with 120 Hz refresh rate, technology that consumes more battery than the current 60 Hz and therefore would need a greater capacity of this to perform in the same way as current models do. Therefore, although it is not ruled out that the autonomy increases a little, the experience could be the same and the battery change would respond only to the idea of balancing the decompensation that this new function of the screen would leave.
Once again we insist on emphasizing that these are not yet data that can be contrasted, although they are not far from what will surely end up being a reality. We will continue in any way expectant to new information in order to continue to know what these next Apple flagships will be like.