On my orders, charge: New photo reveals iPhone 6 battery capacity

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New leaked photos reportedly showing the battery from the long-awaited 4.7-inch iPhone 6 have emerged online, apparently depicting devices with a capacity of 1,810 mAh. Provided that these turn out to be genuine, this would represent a slight improvement versus the 1,560 mAh battery seen in the current generation iPhone 5s.

Picture: Nowhereelse

The 080-333-4000 number at the bottom refers to Apple’s technical support line. Picture: Nowhereelse.fr

However, it’s worth noting that this doesn’t necessarily mean that the battery will last longer than present generation iPhones, since the iPhone 6 will certainly be more powerful than its predecessor, while the larger screen size could also munch up battery life at a faster rate.

Although I’ve never personally had any problems with my iPhone battery life, a 1,560 mAh battery would still be less than several competing smartphones, including this year’s Samsung Galaxy S5.

What does this mean? That unfortunately we’re unlikely to see the end of Samsung’s “wall hugger” accusations against the iPhone just yet.

  • Adrayven

    yeah.. not like someone just pulled that battery off a shelf.. must ONLY be an Apple part.. /s

    • Jeff Woozoo Kim

      The number 080-333-4000 on the battery is the number for Apple Technical Support in South Korea.

  • Sumeet Sharma

    Apple iPhone 6 battery is behind it’s competitior’s phones like HTC One M8 and Samsung S5 but considering Apple’s tight hardware and software integration, there will be an overall improved battery life with iOS 8 optimization, see the comparison here on the battery capacity
    http://www.iappnalysis.com/2014/07/this-is-apple-iphone-6-battery.html

  • Hildebrand

    Screen increase: 17,5%
    Battery increase: 16%

    This boost is just to keep battery life the same.

    • PMB01

      Doesn’t account for power saving improvements in the A8.

      I’m fine if it’s the same. I easily get a day of battery life with a lot of use on my 5S.

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