The upcoming iPhone 15 series, anticipated as Apple’s most advanced lineup to date, may live up to the hype with the inclusion of USB Type-C charging. New leaks now provide detailed information about the battery capacities of the purported iPhone 15 models, suggesting some interesting variations.
AnTuTu Benchmark’s news page claims to have uncovered specific milliamp-hour (mAh) values for each variant of the iPhone 15 series. Surprisingly, the higher-end models are expected to have smaller batteries compared to their non-Pro counterparts.
According to the leaks, the standard iPhone 15 is rumored to feature a 3,877mAh battery, while the iPhone 15 Pro is said to have a slightly smaller capacity at 3,650mAh. On the other hand, the iPhone 15 Plus is reported to boast a larger 4,912mAh battery, surpassing the Pro Max variant with its 4,852mAh battery, despite both devices likely having the same screen size.
These details suggest that Apple may market the “vanilla” iPhone 15 and 15 Plus as offering improved battery life compared to the more performance-oriented Pro and Pro Max models. Additionally, a leaked photo of a case designed for the top-end SKU implies that the Pro Max’s camera bump might be larger than its predecessor, further emphasizing its photographic capabilities.
The leaked image showcases a square, multi-lens glass island that occupies a significant portion of the rear panel, suggesting a potential increase in height. However, it remains to be seen if the actual iPhone 15 Pro Max will require such accessories in the future.
As the launch of the iPhone 15 series approaches, these leaks offer tantalizing insights into the battery capacities and design features of Apple’s highly anticipated smartphones.