One aspect of the iPhone that Apple never reveals at launch is the battery capacity. This has always been the case and we have to wait for the disassembly of these smartphones to know the battery capacity. The recently released iPhone 13 series comes with a slightly increased thickness. This higher thickness means that some of the iPhone 12 protective cases are useless for the iPhone 13 series. However, the good news is that the iPhone 13 comes with a bigger battery.
Apple iPhone 13 series official battery capacity
In a document Apple submitted to the U.S. Chemical Transportation Center, the battery capacity (unit: Whr) of the entire iPhone 13 series was reported. Here are the battery capacities of the iPhone 13 series according to Apple
- Apple iPhone 13 mini: 9.57Whr, an increase of 11% over the 8.57Whr of the iPhone 12 mini
- Apple iPhone 13: 12.41Whr, an increase of 15% from 10.78Whr of iPhone 12
- iPhone 13 Pro: 11.97Whr, an increase of 11% over the 10.78Whr of iPhone 12 Pro
- iPhone 13 Pro Max: 16.75Whr, an increase of 18% over the 14.13Whr of iPhone 12 Pro Max.
Unfortunately, the unit of the battery capacity is in Whr which many people may not understand. Nevertheless, based on the iPhone 12 series battery capacity, we have converted the iPhone 13 series batteries Whr to the popular mAh. See the values below
- Apple iPhone 13 mini – approximately 2500 mAh
- Apple iPhone 13 – approximately 3265 mAh
- iPhone 13 Pro – approximately 3150 mAh
- iPhone 13 Pro Max – approximately 4400 mAh
In addition, Apple documents show that the iPhone 13/13 mini has a standard rectangular battery inside. However, the iPhone 13 Pro/Pro Max has an L-shaped battery, which increases the battery capacity.
iPhone 13 series – the best place to buy
In another report, if you want to buy the iPhone 13 series, there are some regions you should avoid. If you need that new, shiny iPhone 13 Pro Max with 1TB of storage space, you can pay $1,599 in the United States. However, this same model in Brazil will cost up to $2,950.45. In short, if you want a new iPhone 13 mini or a regular model, the United States, Hong Kong, Canada, Thailand, and Japan usually have the cheapest offers. If you don’t want to pay as much as twice the price of a mobile phone, you should avoid Brazil, Turkey, Sweden, Hungary, or Italy. These areas have the highest prices. The fluctuation in prices of the iPhone 13 series is no fault of Apple’s. In many cases, the internal laws and taxes of the region drive up the price of any commodity coming from outside the region