Apple recently submitted a series of applications to Korean and Chinese regulators to certify iPhone batteries and chargers. In fact, this is not unusual. However, thanks to these applications, which were published online, the battery capacity of the new iPhones became known.
Three batteries have been certified. Their capacity is 2227 mAh, 2775 mAh and 3687 mAh. These batteries are expected to be used in the 5.4-inch iPhone 12, 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro and 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max, respectively.
It is noteworthy that the battery capacity indicated in the applications for certification is noticeably less compared to the battery capacity in last year’s Apple smartphones. For example, the iPhone 11 has a 3110 mAh battery, while the iPhone 11 Pro has a 3190 mAh battery. In the case of the iPhone 12 Pro, the difference is over 400 mAh.
Apple also received certification for a 20-watt power adapter. However, there are doubts that it will ship alongside new smartphones. According to the latest rumors, the Cupertinians are planning to remove the charger and wired headphones from the package, leaving only the smartphone itself, cable and documentation in the box.