Early in July we heard that the iPhone 6 with 4.7" display will carry a battery between 1,800mAh and 1,900mAh and that the 5.5" iPhone 6 will have something around 2,500mAh. Now we get a glimpse of what could possibly be the two batteries.
The iPhone 6 4.7" battery is shown to have a 1,810mAh capacity, which isn't much but is still about right - putting it 50mAh behind the 4.7" Samsung Galaxy Alpha - the expected iPhone 6 competitor. Currently the Apple iPhone 5s has a 1,560mAh battery to keep it going.
Alleged iPhone 6 1,810mAh battery
In more interesting news we not only have a leak of what could turn out to be the 2,915mAh battery of the bigger 5.5" iPhone 6 we also get to see the device as well. The iPhone 6L, as the Apple Daily source calls it, is pictured below next to the 4.7" iPhone 6. The purple-ish device front panel represents the iPhone 6L - although it may not look that much bigger than the more rounded, smaller iPhone 6 next to it the screen diagonal appears longer.
Alleged 5.5" iPhone 6L panel and 2,950mAh battery
Both devices are said to make an official appearance on September 9 during the Apple event with bigger displays, higher resolution, sharper cameras, redesigned bodies with thinner frames and rounded corners and an improved chip in the face of Apple's A8.
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