iPhone 6 will feature a robust 2,100mAh battery


The rumor mill about upcoming iPhone 6 is spinning in its full swing these days. According to the latest speculations, Chinese social media site Sin Weibo has claimed that the battery in Apple’s much-anticipated and much-awaited “iPhone 6” will feature a robust 2,100mAh battery.

If these rumors turn into reality, it would be massive 45.8 percent boost in comparison to the 1,440mAh battery Apple presently uses in the iPhone 5s. This major variation is feasible if Apple could accomplish the increase in battery by reducing the size of other internal peripherals, and also featuring more internal space with a huge screen panel.

The present iconic iPhone 5s sports a screen glass that measures 4 inches diagonally in 16:9 ratio. The “iPhone 6” is speculated to be launched in two bigger sized displays of 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches.

A number of snaps leaked on the web last month highlighted that an 1,810mAh battery will be sitting on the bandwagon of upcoming Apple’s “iPhone 6”. However, Sun’s fresh post says that as the smaller battery was on the cards, it was merely employed for trail purposes during development of the ultimate smartphone.

The reports from Sun also added that the ultimate shape of the 4.7-inch “iPhone 6” will particularly sport an even bigger 2,100mAh battery, thus resulting in a battery power increase of 660mAh from the current iPhone 5s.

Apple has given a plethora of clues that is giving the chance to “iPhone 6” to see the sunlight on this planet by Sept. 9, when the tech giant will unveil this new revolutionary handset in a media event. The smartphone is also hinted to come up with a more enhanced next-generation “A8” chipset, which analysts and market watchers forecast that this update will lead to Apple’s biggest product launch ever made.