Apple’s upcoming iPhone 13 lineup will all feature larger batteries than previous models according to a new report.

Originally shared to Chinese social network Weibo, the information was then shared to Twitter by the usually-reliable leaker, l0vetodream.

That info has the iPhone 13 lineup all getting larger batteries than the models that came before them. That means the iPhone 13 Pro Max will get a 4,352mAh battery, an increase on the 3,687mAh of the iPhone 12 Pro Max battery.

It’s a similar story for the other models as well – the ‌iPhone 13‌ and ‌iPhone 13‌ Pro will both get a battery of 3,095mAh, compared to 2,815mAh from last year. Meanwhile, the iPhone 13 mini will feature a 2,406mAh battery, compared to the iPhone 12 mini’s 2,227mAh part.

Larger batteries are always a good thing because it tends to mean that battery life will be improved. However, it isn’t always as simple as that because new, power-hungry chips might mean that the overall battery life remains similar to previous models. We won’t know for sure until Apple announces these things.

Factor in the expectation of 120Hz display in at least the two Pro models, and we’ll be waiting with bated breath to see how Apple’s battery numbers stack up this September.

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