Early in July we heard that the iPhone 6 with 4.7" display will carry a battery between 1,800mAh and 1,900mAh and that the 5.5" iPhone 6 will have something around 2,500mAh. Now we get a glimpse of what could possibly be the two batteries.
The iPhone 6 4.7" battery is shown to have a 1,810mAh capacity, which isn't much but is still about right - putting it 50mAh behind the 4.7" Samsung Galaxy Alpha - the expected iPhone 6 competitor. Currently the Apple iPhone 5s has a 1,560mAh battery to keep it going.
In more interesting news we not only have a leak of what could turn out to be the 2,915mAh battery of the bigger 5.5" iPhone 6 we also get to see the device as well. The iPhone 6L, as the Apple Daily source calls it, is pictured below next to the 4.7" iPhone 6. The purple-ish device front panel represents the iPhone 6L - although it may not look that much bigger than the more rounded, smaller iPhone 6 next to it the screen diagonal appears longer.
Both devices are said to make an official appearance on September 9 during the Apple event with bigger displays, higher resolution, sharper cameras, redesigned bodies with thinner frames and rounded corners and an improved chip in the face of Apple's A8.
I've had a Samsung phone overheat to the point where it shut down and wouldn't turn back on anymore using the charger in the box.
Apple so expensive
Sorry. Being an adult should mean you know how to look into what you are doing, using, or buying. And that you should be able to comprehend the truth. Which means you should be able to realize that apple is a monopolistic, greedy, scamming, thie...