As reported by Stufflistings, it seems that the 3C certification portal has revealed the battery capacities of the new iPhone 13
The launch of the new iPhone 13 is expected by the end of the year (precisely in September) and should bring significant updates compared to the current generation; we mention the smaller notch, a ProMotion display with a 120Hz refresh rate, and significant improvements to the camera.
iPhone 13: what do we know?
Now, the 2021 iDevice series has just received the Chinese 3C certification; thanks to this news, we can get a preview of the battery capacity of which the device will be provided. It is possible that the Cupertino giant is preparing for mass production of the next flagship series. The portal does not explicitly mention the trade names of the phones, but it is speculated that it refers to the iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, and iPhone 13 Pro.
The variant of the iPhone with model number A2660 has a battery capacity of 2,406 mAh and could refer to the iPhone 13 mini. Likewise, the iPhone A2656 has a 3,095mAh power cell; this value could refer to the standard iteration of the iPhone 13.
Finally, the A2653 model has a 4,352mAh battery and could be contextual to the Pro (or Pro Max) model. The overall increase in battery capacity is linked to the high refresh rate that the new iPhone users will reach this year. Unfortunately, this is pretty much all that is revealed by the Chinese 3C certification at the moment; as it started appearing on the web, we can expect more details in the days to come.
Separately, the Samsung and LG Display divisions said they recently started producing displays for Apple’s new smartphone range. Samsung will reportedly use a new LTPO display technology with 120Hz ProMotion support.
LG Display will provide OLED screens that will be used on entry-level devices, while Samsung will manage the displays of premium terminals.
Samsung Display is expected to supply up to 120-130 million units of OLED panels to the Cupertino giant this year, while LG plans to ship up to 50 million units.
Source: Twitter Stufflistings