There are chances that the final product could be launched with a meatier 2,100 mAh unit under the hood.
With the increase in usage of the cellphone on a daily basis, we have all found ourselves in situation muttering curses at our dying batteries. The need for higher power and longer lasting batteries has been growing ever since we have turned our smartphones into tiny little super computers and app hubs. This is one area where manufacturers are having some trouble but it is not so easy to keep the phones slim and light with bigger heavier batteries.
Surprisingly even the most valuable and famous smartphones have failed to provide the ultimate battery experience and the upcoming Apple iPhone 6 is going to be no different. Only a month ago some details regarding the battery of the phone emerged and to be very honest they were anything but impressive. According to most of the leaked information, the 4.7 inch version of the iPhone 6 is only going to offer a very modest battery capacity of 1,810 mAh.
However, this information should not be taken for its word because it all comes from the rumors and before the phone is officially announced, we might get to hear a lot of stuff that holds no authenticity. On the other hand, a news chief analyst at ESM-China has pointed out that the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 might actually sport a larger 2,100 mAh battery as opposed to a 1,810 mAh unit. Though the recently picture quite clearly showed that the 1,810 mAh unit, the report suggests that it was merely used for testing purposes.