The FCC has let the cat out of the bag. The battery sizes of the latest twin iPhone sets (5S and 5C) have been revealed by the commission to be larger (10% and 5%) than that of the iPhone 5 of bygone days.
When Apple Incorporated launched its iPhones 5S and 5C, the various particulars of the two sets got discussed too. There was a rumor circulating that the battery sizes of the two were quite a contrast to the previous iPhone 5.
That was a relief since extended battery life is a boon and a blessing for the user base. The only problem was that Apple was not clear on the exact longevity status of the batteries on the new smartphones. That was when the FCC came to the rescue. It published valuable data on the battery size and the information was accurate to a fault.
Here are the statistics according to the FCC. The iPhone 5S possesses a 5.96 Whr battery that gives off 3.8 volts. As for the magnitude, it is 1570 mAh. Coming to the iPhone 5C, a 5.73 Whr battery with 1507 mAh neatly fits into its structure. The output of volts is the same as that of the iPhone 5S.
Looking back at the past, the iPhone 5 had a 5.45 Whr battery with a size of 1440 mAh. And the volt ratio was the same as the two novel iPhones. Therefore the iPhone 5S shows a 10% increase in battery output while the iPhone 5C displays a 5% increment in battery life. And this is a good thing indeed for the consumers.
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