We’re now just over one week far from the iPhone 6 occasion, and during the next 7 approximately days, we’re braced for a lot of leaks as Apple attempts frantically to keep those intricate information under lock-and-key.


It stands to factor that, with a 5.5-inch display, the larger of the two new iPhone sizing setups will certainly need a much larger battery than that of the iPhone 5s, and having actually previously heard that the Cupertino business will certainly nearly double-up to a 2,915 mAh providing, a new sighting has corroborated this notion.

Not just is the iPhone 5s’s battery stood at a simple 1,560 mAh, however the business has just bumped capacity incrementally with the previous few generations, instead looking for to enhance software application and enhance performance of the processor. However, there comes a time when needs must, and with all this broach NFC, enormous displays and other improvements to the internal hardware, the 5.5-inch iPhone 6L will certainly need considerably more juice in order to see out a whole day.

The folks of Nowhereelse. fr have once again come though with a leak of a prototype battery declared to be of the 5.5-inch iPhone 6L, and considered that most other phablets on the marketplace hover around that 3,000 mAh mark, the claim of a 2,915 mAh power pack seems plausible enough.

Then once again, offered how Apple builds software application and hardware in-house, guaranteeing that resources are made use of efficiently, the number does seem rather high, as well as though everything about the more large iPhone 6 will certainly be bigger and better than the iPhone 5s, doubling the battery capacity would stand for a rather radical leap.

Given that these snaps can not be confirmed, we’re taking this leakage with the typical pinch of salt, however as we edge closer to that keynote occasion on September 9th, we’ll hopefully get a bit more details on Apple’s strategies for the iPhone 6 battery.



Folks have long given that grumbled about the iPhone’s battery life (or lack thereof), and if the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 is to offer such a considerable improvement on sheer capacity, it seems most likely that those quibbles (and taunts about wall-hugging) will end up being a thing of a past.

We’ll keep you in the loop concerning any additional iPhone 6-related leakages and reports, so stay tuned!

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