On September 7, at the Far Out event, the Cupertino-based company revealed the upcoming line of iPhone 14s.
Unlike most of its competitors who throw around numbers in mAh(milliampere-hour) to describe the battery life, Apple has never felt the need to reveal it to the public.
Instead, the new iPhone lineup will be having an “all-day battery life”.
Though Apple did not divulge the battery capacities of the iPhones, the specifications were allegedly leaked on Chinese Weibo.
As per the leak, the iPhone 14 will have a 3279mAh battery which can support 12 hours of video playback.
The Pro variant is built with a 3200 mAh battery which can support 23 hours of video playback.
All the specifications are comparable to the respective iPhone 13 models.
The Plus variant in iPhone 14 which has no comparable model is set to flaunt a whopping 4325mAh battery. It can sustain 26 hours of video playback.
The Pro Max variant, although, will be seeing no upgrade. Instead, it will have a smaller battery than the iPhone 14 Plus (4323 mAh).
You can pre-order the new lineup starting September 9th. Apple is all set to release its iPhone models (except iPhone Plus) in the markets starting the 16th of September. The Plus variant, though, will be available for purchase starting October 7th.
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