Last month, a photo surfaced that showed an 1,810 mAh battery allegedly destined for the Apple’s 4.7-inch iPhone 6. Then last week, an analyst report claimed the device will sport a 2,100 mAh battery. Now, new photos have surfaced to back up the original claim of an 1,810 mAh battery.
New photos shared by Nowhereelse.fr [Google Translate] now provides additional support for the original 1,810 mAh claim. The photos offer a good look at the batteries, which appear to contain the full set of regulatory and specification text as well as an Apple logo, with one photo showing the batteries in trays for shipment.
The closeup photo shows a manufacturing date of June, while the 2,100 mAh battery photo showed a more recent production date of July.
The new photos of the alleged 4.7-inch iPhone 6 battery follow another set from a different source, (Chinese site Apple Daily [Google Translate] (via Macotakara), that are said to show the battery for Apple’s much-rumored 5.5-inch iPhone 6. This battery shows a capacity of 2,915 mAh, a considerable jump over the iPhone 5s battery.
MacRumors notes the photo shows the battery carrying an Apple part number of 616-0675 and that it runs at 4.35 volts, although no model number is shown.
Apple is expected to debut the iPhone 6 sometime in September. It’s widely believed the handset will be available in two sizes, 4.7-inches and 5.5-inches. The phones are expected to sport a faster A8 processor, improved cameras, and a thinner profile. The 5.5-inch model has been rumored to be launching after the smaller model, due to manufacturing issues.