iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro: all the details on the batteries revealed

At the event Wonderlust on September 12th Apple presented several new features, including the range of iPhone 15. This is made up of four different models, whose specifications can also be consulted in detail and in depth on the Cupertino giant’s website. But is it really all there? Actually no, because some are missing battery information of the four new devices.

iPhone 15 and 15 Pro are available at pre-order and they have already attracted many users convinced to upgrade (or switch from Android) by the improvements that the four smartphones bring with them. However, someone has asked themselves questions about their batteries: what capacity and wattage do they have?

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Details on the iPhone 15 and 15 Pro batteries

The answers have arrived in these hours not from Apple, but from colleagues at MySmartPrice. Or rather, from information obtained from a Chinese regulatory database and then published online so as to make it available to everyone.

Getting to the point, it turns out that the iPhone 15 has a battery of 3.349mAh with wattage of 12.981Whthat of the 15 Pro instead is from 3.327mAh with wattage of 12.70Wh. Obviously there is no shortage of details on the batteries of the Plus and Pro Max models, shown in the table below:

iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro - battery details

For anyone who wants to do a comparison with 2022 models, details are as follows:

iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro - battery details

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What Apple tells us

The Cupertino giant, as anticipated at the beginning, has nevertheless shared important information on the batteries of its new smartphones.

Taking a look at the specifications, we discover for example that the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus have an autonomy of 20 and 25 hours respectively considering video playback (not streaming) as a parameter. The Pro and Pro Max models instead go up to 23 and 29 hours respectively, always in video playback.

As for charging new iPhones, Apple recommends using power supplies of at least 20W, so as to recharge 50% in about 30 minutes. There is also the possibility of using wireless technology MagSafe (up to 15W) and that Qi (up to 7.5W).

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