Apple unveiled the iPhone 13 series earlier this month, but didn’t give us a detailed look at many of the new features of the 13-series devices, as is customary for Apple. For that, fans will have to wait for teardowns to appear on the internet. The first deconstruction for the iPhone 13 Pro is now available, and it includes a closer look at the battery capacity as well as a few other features.
The breakdown video reveals that, as Apple claimed, the iPhone 13 Pro does indeed contain a larger battery. This battery has a capacity of 3,095mAh, compared to 2,815mAh in the iPhone 12 Pro. The new battery is an L-shaped unit made by Sunwoda Electronic Co. in China.
The iPhone 13 Pro also has a Qualcomm X60 5G modem and a Samsung 120Hz screen, according to the video. It also sports a smaller Taptic engine than the previous year’s version. The phone’s RAM module is made by Samsung, and the storage is made by Kioxia, a Japanese company.
This year’s iPhone 13 Pro comes in four colour options: Sierra Blue, Silver, Gold, and Graphite, with prices starting at Rs. 1,19,900 in India.
What about the rest of the iPhone 13 models?
The iPhone 13, iPhone 13 small, and iPhone 13 Pro Max are all likely to have larger batteries, but we’ll have to wait for further teardowns to obtain the actual figures.
The latest phones are said to have battery capacity of 2,406mAh (iPhone 13 small), 3,095mAh (iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro), and 4,352mAh (iPhone 13 Pro Max) according to leaks. So far, only the iPhone 13 Pro leak has proven to be accurate.