Apple’s next iPhone is heavily rumoured to be coming in two different versions; the 4.7in iPhone 6 and the 5.5in iPhone Air. So far not much is known about the specs on the inside but there are rumours the iPhone 6 battery will be a lot stronger than we’ve seen on previous iPhones.
Sung Chang Xu, an analyst for ESM-China, has spoken out about the battery on the 4.7in version of the handset. According to her supply-chain sources the next iPhone will likely sport a 2100mAh battery. Previous rumours have suggested it will have a 1810mAh unit inside whilst the iPhone 5s only has a 1560mAh battery inside.
Xu’s sources have suggested the previously leaked figure of 1810mAh is only on a production unit that is just being used for testing purposes.
This is only rumoured specs so far; we can’t confirm or deny anything just yet. Xu’s sources have previously suggested the iPhone 6 will come with a much larger range of sensors inside but it still remains to be seen if that's true.
There’s also no word just yet on how big the battery for the iPhone Air 5.5in edition will be. If the normal flagship device is getting a boost in battery it’s pretty safe to assume the new phablet will also come with a stronger battery.
Exciting times ahead for iPhone lovers and all will likely be revealed on September 9. head on over to our round-up piece for a full run down of the rumours and leaks so far on both versions of the next iPhone.