iPhone 6s comes with smaller battery compared to predecessor
The duo of Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus were yesterday released in a thriller event at Apple’s home state of California, United States yesterday. To prove the magnitude of the launch, Apple had to hire an auditorium which could contain about 4,500 people — the biggest venue the iPhone maker has used for an announcement since day one.
The iPhone 6s came with pretty much similar looks, design and dimensions with its predecessor, the iPhone 6. Inside the iPhone 6s was a couple of new tricks which included an improved camera unit, Force Touch technology and Cat. 6 LTE connectivity amongst other things.
During the launch event, Apple didn’t say anything about the phone’s battery (typical of them when a positive change is not done to an area) but we found out this morning that the iPhone 6s comes with a 1,715mAh battery cell — thanks to a promo video by Apple.
The iPhone 6 had 1,810mAh of battery juice so we wonder whether the battery life on the newer phone will be shorter….or has Apple got some tricks to level things up? Let’s find out in our upcoming review article on the Apple iPhone 6s.
The promo video:
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