Apple is gearing up to launch successors to the current iPhone line-up, which includes – the iPhone XS, XS Max, and the iPhone XR. While we have seen multiple leaks and rumors on what to expect from the successor iPhones, which included the renders, mockups, and internals getting upgraded and more, there’s a new report that sheds some more information on what battery capacity the successor trio of iPhones would get.
According to a report from Theelec, the mass productions of batteries powering the successor iPhones have begun. Chinese ATL (Ameperx Technology Limited) is said to have started the mass production of the first entrant of the 2019 iPhones, which is the iPhone XR’s successor, rumored to be named as iPhone XI R. Also, suggesting the required battery packaging is said to be done by Huapu Technology, a Chinese firm.
The report had further revealed the battery specifications of the iPhone XR successor and it is said to be coming with a 3110mAh battery capacity, which appears to be a significant improvement from the current iPhone XR’s 2942mAh battery. The overall increase is projected to be a 5% improvement from the earlier model, and also it would be a single battery cell with the maximum capacity.
That’s because the high-end models – the iPhone XS and XS Max have two conjoined battery cells and the similar setup is expected in their successors of this year as well, which is identical to the battery deployment we can find in current Apple’s MacBooks and iPads, suggests the report. It further indicates the iPhone XS and XS Max successors’ battery mass production haven’t begun yet.
Apple would be deploying an ‘I’ shaped battery to all the successor iPhones trio this year since it is much safer and can go easy when it comes to mass production, the further report revealed. The Cupertino tech giant has recently unveiled iOS 13 for the current and future iPhones at WWDC this month, and the official rollout is said to be coming this fall along with the trio of iPhone launches scheduled for September, this year. Stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.