According to rumors of a famous leak, Apple intends to improve the battery of the iPhone 13 to offer better autonomy in the long term.

iPhone 13: Apple's future smartphones will have more battery

If there is one thing the iPhones can be faulted with, it's their battery life even though Apple has made great efforts in recent years. However, with a very significant advance of Android smartphones in this area, the Cupertino company is lagging. However, according to the famous leaker l0vetodream, Apple would decide to take a step forward by increasing the battery capacity on the iPhone 13.

A bigger battery

As a reminder, the iPhone 12 mini has a 2,227 mAh battery, the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro have a 2,815 mAh battery and the iPhone 12 Pro has a 3,687 mAh battery. Various tests have shown that the iPhone 11 has better battery life than the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro.

According to l0vetodream's tweet, the next-generation iPhone could have much better battery life, still speculation as of this writing. According to him, the iPhone 13‌ Pro Max could have a battery of 4352 mAh, the iPhone 13‌ and ‌iPhone 13‌ Pro would have respectively a battery of 3095 mAh, and the iPhone 13‌ mini would own a 2,406 mAh battery.

Very interesting iPhone 13 rumors

As you can see from the table, the battery capacities of the future iPhone 13s would be much better. This could be in line with rumors of a thicker iPhone 13. Moreover, the latter could also be subject to a slight remodeling with the addition of WIFI 6th.

iPhone 12 mini / iPhone 13 mini                                                        2 227 mAh    2 406 mAh      + 179 mAh

iPhone 12 et iPhone 12 Pro / iPhone 13 et iPhone 13 Pro              2 815 mAh    3 085 mAh      + 270 mAh

iPhone 12 Pro Max / iPhone 13 Pro Max                                           3 687 mAh    4 352 mAh      + 665 mAh

iPhone 13: Apple's future smartphones will have more battery

Indeed, according to other rumors, the notch where Face ID is housed would be reduced, allowing at the same time to have a better occupation of the screen on the front face. This greater power at the battery level could in particular be used to meet the energy needs of future OLED panels which would display a refresh rate of 120 Hz, at least, according to the rumors of Ming-Chi Kuo.

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