According to the claims, the iPhone 14 “Max” will have a 4325mAh battery, the 14 “Pro” will come with a 3200mAh battery and the 14 “Pro Max” will ship with a 4323mAh battery. The basic iPhone 14, on the other hand, is the one that could have a smaller 3279 mAh battery. The iPhone 14 Max model is set to replace the Mini model and if we go by the claims, it is the iPhone 14 model set to get the biggest battery of them all.
iPhone 14 series battery capacity, note that this is not confirmed.14 3279 mAh14 Max 4325 mAh14 Pro 3200 mAh14… https://t.co/e7fNRxy2VQ
— ShrimpApplePro 🍤 (@VNchocoTaco) 1655907555000
Apple will surely give a thought to increasing the battery life of the upcoming iPhone series but the claim by ShrimpApplePro seems to be quite clear on how much of a difference there is going to be among the batteries of the four models.
In other news, Apple has also begun considering new OLED display designs from manufacturer BOE Technology for its iPhone 14 display, as per a report by The Elec. The tech giant had earlier suspended orders from the Chinese manufacturer owing to the unauthorised design changes the company is said to have made to the displays, which ended on millions of iPhone 14 OLED screen orders to be scrapped. But now, it seems BOE is back on board.
The ultimate decision on whether or not to finalise the new design could take place this month itself which means that production could start by July or August, added the report. The report also said that Apple will currently evaluate the new display samples only for the iPhone 14 base model and not the Pro models.