All iPhone 15 And iPhone 15 Pro Models Have Bigger Batteries Than Last Year

When Apple announced the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro family of devices on September 12 it didn’t say anything about their batteries. That was odd because rumors had claimed that the batteries would get bigger. And, it turns out, they did.

Apple might not have said anything but MySmartPrice spotted that bigger batteries are indeed being used after finding them in a Chinese regulatory database. Those entries show that the new batteries are all slightly bigger than the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro models that came last year.

  • Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max — 4,422mAh, 17.109Wh.
  • Apple iPhone 15 Pro — 3,274mAh, 12.70Wh
  • Apple iPhone 15 Plus — 4,383mAh, 16.950Wh
  • Apple iPhone 15 — 15 3,349mAh, 12.981Wh

To put that into perspective, where are the same figures for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro lineups.

  • Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max — 4,323mAh
  • Apple iPhone 14 Pro — 3,200mAh
  • Apple iPhone 14 Plus — 4,325mAh
  • Apple iPhone 14 — 3,279mAh

Apple likely didn’t mention the batteries because the new iPhones still get the same battery life as the old ones, likely thanks to the new chips that they use. More RAM is also present in the iPhones, something else that will require more power.

The new iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max are all now available for preorder and they’ll officially go on sale on September 22.

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