Apple is expected to present the iPhone 15 series as the most advanced of its line as usual – and again, a switch to USB Type-C charging could help the 4 putative devices in question live up to that potential hype. On that note, the batteries that are supposed to benefit from this upgrade have now been allegedly leaked in more detail.
AnTuTu Benchmark’s news page now intends to set it up fairly Specific milliamp-hour (mAh) values for each iPhone 15 variant – a level of detail that suggests the higher-end models may actually have smaller batteries compared to their non-Pro counterparts.
To this end, the vanilla iPhone 15 is now said to have a 3,877mAh capacity compared to the 15 Pro’s 3,650mAh, while the 15 Plus’ 4,912mAh battery dwarfs the Pro Max’s at 4,852mAh. Both devices will have the same screen size.
Therefore, Apple may market the ‘vanilla’ 15 and 15 Plus as having better battery life than the more performance-oriented Pro and Pro Max. According to a new photo of a case allegedly designed for the top-end SKU, the latter may still have the upper hand when it comes to the size of the camera hump.
14 Pro Max’s own camera hump is arguably the most prominent in the industry at various levels — however, according to this new image (available now In AnTuTu news), it will strongly surpass its own successor.
The rectangular, multi-lens glass island takes up practically half the width of the rear panel this time around, and there’s also a hint of increased height given the thickness of the border around its window, as shown. Again, time will tell if the original 15 Pro Max will need accessorizing like this in the near future.
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