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Battery capacities revealed to eliminate iPhone 13s ‘ charge problems

New developments continue to occur regarding the iPhone 13 models that Apple will introduce this fall.

Battery capacities revealed to eliminate iPhone 13s ' charge problems

New developments continue to occur regarding the iPhone 13 models that Apple will introduce this fall. After the start of production of 120Hz screens, now the battery capacities of the next generation of iPhones have emerged.
as the introduction of the iPhone 13 approached, more information about it began to come in. We have already mentioned that Samsung and LG have started producing 120Hz screens for the iPhone 13 series. The information this time is about the battery.

According to information shared on China’s social networking platform Weibo, the battery capacity of iPhones expected to be introduced this year will be much higher than last year’s iPhone 12s.

According to information from several reliable sources via Weibo, the new iPhone series will be introduced with three sizes of batteries: 2406 mAh, 3095 mAh and 4352 mAh. These batteries are said to be for iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro Max. in the iPhone 12 series, the batteries are as follows:

iPhone 12 Mini-2227 mAh
iPhone 12 / 12Pro-2815 mAh
iPhone 12 Pro Max-3685 mAh

If the leaked information is true, Apple will have surpassed itself, so to speak, in terms of batteries with the iPhone models it will introduce this year. Battery growth was already an expected development, especially after it was revealed that Apple would produce 120 Hz screens for the new series of iPhones. But still, the prospect of these expectations becoming reality seems to have delighted iPhone users.

In addition, previous reports claimed that the iPhone 13 series will be slightly thicker than the previous model. These claims also support the battery leak.

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