New Apple Leak Reveals iPhone 14 Battery Surprise

We all know that the iPhone 13 Pro both have great batteries. But, do you know the iPhone 14’s battery? Is it bigger than the iPhone 13’s? In the video below, PhoneBuff compares the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 14’s batteries. The iPhone 13 battery provides a little more power to the iPhone than the iPhone 13’s, and it lasted an additional 2 hours and 10 minutes longer than the iPhone 13.

iPhone 13 Pro

There’s been some speculation about how long the battery life of the iPhone 14 will be. The iPhone 13’s battery life was long overshadowed by rival Android phones, especially the M1-based models. While Apple was hoping to improve battery life, rivals like Samsung and Motorola were able to match or beat the M1-based model. The battery life numbers were shared by ShrimpApplePro, a leaker who claims to provide reliable info. While there’s doubt about the new iPhone 14’s battery life, they have a track record for sharing accurate information.

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iPhone 14

According to a new leak published by Apple website ShrimpApplePro, the iPhone 14 will sport a 3,279-mAh battery, which is significantly less than the 4,000-mAh battery of the iPhone 13 Pro. Considering that Apple is promoting this phone as the first iPhone with a faster battery charging time, this information is a pleasant surprise. In fact, the leak makes me want to buy a $1,000 iPhone immediately.

iPhone 14 Pro

A new leak from China’s Baidu site has revealed that the iPhone 14 Pro battery will have a two-hour and ten-minute extra capacity than its predecessor. According to the source, ShrimpApplePro, the iPhone 14 is set to come with a 3,279-mAh battery and the iPhone 14 Max with a 4,325-mAh battery. This is a significant difference, as the iPhone 13 Pro Max came with a 4,352-mAh battery.

iPhone 14 Max

There’s a major surprise in store for the iPhone 14 Max. The leak has uncovered some new specs that Apple has not confirmed. The lower-end models will be powered by the same A15 chip as the iPhone 13. The 5.4-inch mini model will be replaced with a 6.7-inch model. The entry-level iPad will be the first to switch to USB-C, but the iPhone 14 models will continue to use the Lightning connector until next year. Apple will transition to USB-C in 2023.

iPhone 14 Mini

A recent new leak points to the upcoming battery life of Apple’s upcoming iPhones, including the iPhone 14 Plus. Apple’s latest leak isn’t entirely surprising, considering that the iPhone 14 Plus have already been leaking for months. While the iPhone 14 Mini might get a bump in battery life, the new A15 chipset for standard models might not be a huge surprise.