After The 4.7 Inch iPhone 6 Battery Details Of The ‘iPhone Air’ Now Surface
Looks like the iPhone 6 rumor mill has started to go in full flow again. The one aspect that previous rumors had continued to negate about the upcoming flagship was its battery details. Up so far, we've only seen two rumors/reports related to the battery details of the iPhone 6. Given that the battery is perhaps the backbone of any smartphone, this left a very unfulfilled gap indeed. Well this seems to be changing.
Just a day back, pictures surfaced showing pictures taken of the battery pack to appear on the 4.7 inch iPhone 6. The pictures put the battery capacity of the 4.7 inch iPhone 6 to be around 1810 mAh. This was, of course in confirmation of a previous report covered by us which lay out the battery details of both the variants quite effectively. Well, more pictures have just surfaced and they appear to cover the battery pack of the 5.5 inch iPhone 6, also to be potentially called the 'iPhone Air'.
iPhone 6 Battery Pictures Appear To Come Straight Off The Manufacturing Line - Numbers At Bottom Coincide With Those At The iPhone 5S' Battery Pack
The pictures that have surfaced today, courtesy of nowhereelse.fr show several curiosities as well as confirmations. As you can see in the last picture in the gallery below, at the very bottom of the battery cell there is a range of numbers. These digits, 741-0115 also end up being the same numbers at the bottom of the battery pack of the iPhone 5S. So that lends some credibility to the fact that this might actually be the battery pack for the iPhone 6. Apart from the cell however, there is an unusual fold-able area present alongside the battery. We're at a loss to explain what this might be.
It also appears that Apple won't be able to maintain the 16:9 aspect ration on the iPhone 6 with this battery pack. The battery on the iPhone Air is expected to be around 2500 mAh and looks like it will stand true, keeping in line with yesterday's revelations. Thats all we have for you today folks. Let us know in the comments section about what you thinking about the pictures received, particularly the 'folded area'.
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