Images of the possible 4.7-inch iPhone 6 battery
It seems that until the time the new iPhone 6 is introduced, there won’t be a day when we won’t see a new rumour about the desired Apple smartphone on the net . If yesterday we informed you that the 5.5 inch model would count a 2915 mAh battery, today it’s the turn of the 4.7 inch model.
Now some images have been filtered out that would seem to indicate that the battery of this iPhone 6 model would be 1810 mAh . Considering that the current battery of the 5s consists of 1560 mAh, such a small increase in battery size does not seem to be enough to improve the user experience. If the iPhone’s battery is already a little low, a proportional increase in the screen and battery would only keep the battery life of our iPhone the same or even decrease it . Let’s hope that this is not the case.
Of course, if true, this would be a bad decision for Cupertino’s people, since the battery is one of the most important aspects when making the decision to buy a new smartphone. With this decision, many iPhone users will continue to see how the competition can find smartphones with much higher autonomy at the same price or even cheaper.
iPhone 6L could make a big difference to the battery
However, after such a considerable increase that the iPhone 6L would have, as it seems that the 5.5-inch model will finally be called, it would mean that despite the increase in the screen, the autonomy of the device would be increased as we mentioned in another article.
It should be remembered that today, high-end smartphones using the Android operating system have a battery that is between 3000 and 3300 mAh . The iPhone 6L would be a bit lower, but the optimisation capacity that Apple has always demonstrated with its operating system could mean higher performance than Android devices . At the moment, it’s all just talk.
If all these rumors are not misguided, it seems that Apple’s strategy with its different iPhone 6 models is not going to be just about size. Perhaps the company’s bet is to clearly differentiate the two, bringing out a 5.5 inch model, the iPhone 6L, with higher quality components focused on another more professional market.
As pointed out by 9to5Mac, all these data are not officially confirmed, so we have to take them with tweezers and wait for official news from the company. But if these rumors are finally confirmed, which model of iPhone would you like to buy? Do you see well that Apple can follow this kind of strategy?