Leaked Picture Confirms IPhone 6S Plus Smaller Battery

Posted: Sep 22 2015, 12:02pm CDT | by , Updated: Sep 22 2015, 8:36pm CDT , in Apple


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Leaked Picture Confirms iPhone 6S Plus Smaller Battery

Following the footsteps of iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus also gets a smaller battery as compared to its predecessor.

Apple's new iPhone 6S models will be accessible in stores in a couple of days, expecting there's sufficient stock to go around, with numerous preordered units expected to go out in the meantime.

The new iPhones are as of now sold out in online stores far and wide. So many potential purchasers won't have the capacity to get their hands on the handset in the starting days.

Not withstanding what Apple formally expressed about the iPhone 6S models, numerous things have been found informally — the sort of data Apple never shares amid keynotes or on its site, including RAM, A9 clock speed and battery size for the iPhone 6S.

One detail that was all the while missing is the iPhone 6S Plus' battery size, however a Chinese website Apple.Club.TW simply posted pictures of the new phablet's battery and filled in the remaining spaces.

The iPhone 6S Plus will have a smaller battery than its predecessor. As indicated by Apple.Club.tw's picture, the iPhone 6S Plus will have a 2,750 mAh battery, which is smaller than the iPhone 6 Plus 2,915 mAh battery.

The picture is yet to be checked, yet the number is the very same as what an early iPhone 6S battery report indicated. The leak also listed the iPhone 6S battery size, which was confirmed by Apple’s promo video for the iPhone 6S.

Apple needed to use the smaller battery on both models to make space for 3D Touch parts. Nonetheless, the A9 chip ought to be considerably more proficient than the A8 chip, and along these lines much more battery-accommodating.

Besides, iOS 9 has a battery saving mode that can assist you with squeezing additional life out of your battery.

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