Apple released the new iPhone 12 series smartphones earlier in the week. The phone still remain under pre-order and far away from the hands of eager users. However, with a few days to its launch, some yet undeclared information has started surfacing on the web.
As per a new report, the iPhone 12 series has been certified in Brazil by telecom regulator Anatel, revealing the battery details about two of the four phones in the series. The leaked certification document shows that the iPhone 12 Pro will be produced at Foxconn’s facilities in Brazil, China and India.
But coming back to the batteries, according to reports, the iPhone 12 mini will flaunt a 2,227mAh battery while the iPhone 12 has surfaced with a 2,815mAh battery, which is lesser than the 3,110mAh battery available on iPhone 11. The battery capacity of the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max are still unknown. However, more on this is expected to be known as the iPhones go on sale in initial markets.
As per the information currently available on Apple’s website, all four iPhones come with built-in batteries using the same rechargeable lithiumion technology. Of the four phones launched yesterday, the iPhone 12 Pro Max offers the best battery life, with the phone rated to provide up to 20 hours of video playback with the content on the phone and 12 hours of runtime when content is streamed online.
In comparison, the iPhone 12 Pro offers a 17-hour video playback for videos on the device, with streaming content claimed to deplete the phone in about 11 hours. The two phones also offer audio playback of 80 and 65 hours respectively. Interestingly, the iPhone 12 also offers the same battery performance as the iPhone 12 Pro, as it promises the same video and audio playback times as the more expensive iPhone 12.
Talking about the iPhone 12 mini, the phone offers lower usage in comparison to the rest of the phones. The iPhone 12 mini promises 15 hours of on-device content playback, with streaming content said to run the battery out of charge after 10 hours. Audio playback in comparison sees the phone last for 50 hours before asking for the charger.
To remind our readers these phones are not being shipped with chargers. But if you have a compatible 20W charger lying around, all the phones can be charged up to 50 per cent in just 30 minutes.