All Apple iPhone 15 models could feature upgraded battery capacities, rumour claims – Pricebaba Daily

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Apple’s iPhone 15 lineup is shaping up to be quite the upgrade, with features like Dynamic Island and USB-C connectivity becoming a standard across all models. A new leak is now offering details on the upgraded battery capacities of all iPhone 15 models, quoting a supposed insider working in a Foxconn factory.
For the uninitiated, Foxconn assembles a bulk of Apple iPhones and has previously been responsible for some device leaks. Per the aforementioned source, the base iPhone 15 variant will offer a 3,877mAh battery, with its Plus sibling getting a 4,912mAh unit. Meanwhile, the iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max will reportedly utilise a 3,650mAh and 4,852mAh battery, respectively.
Also Read: Updated AirPods Pro with USB-C likely arriving later this year
If these leaked battery details are accurate, the iPhone 15 Plus may have a larger battery underneath than the iPhone 15 Pro Max. As GSMArena rightly highlights, last year’s iPhone 14 Plus and the iPhone 14 Pro Max use a nearly identical 4,323mAh battery.
Coupled with Apple’s already popular software optimisation, the battery life on the upcoming iPhones should be better than ever. Of course, we don’t have direct confirmation for any of this info on this right now, and that’s unlikely to change until September. So we recommend readers take this revelation with a pinch of salt.

In addition to the inclusion of a USB-C port and Dynamic Island, as touched on above, the iPhone 15 series will also include some minor design changes. However, they will resemble their predecessors for the most part.
In the camera department, the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus are rumoured to include a new 48-megapixel primary camera sensor, up from the predecessor’s 12-megapixel shooter, finally gaining parity with their Pro and Pro Max counterparts.
Apple may also expand support for 15W wireless charging on the iPhone 15 series, thanks to the addition of the Qi2 wireless charging standard. As a positive side effect, this would also enable compatibility with a broad range of third-party wireless chargers.
Source: ITHome
Via: GSMArena
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