Since the recent launch of the new iPhones, people have been wondering about the RAM and battery life specifications of the smartphones because Apple never mentioned tech specs for the devices during the launch events, or even in the specs page for the devices. However, the filing made by Apple in conjunction with the Chinese ministry of industry and information technology (TENNA), has now revealed the exact battery capacities for the three new iPhone devices and the configurations of their RAM.
According to the filings made, the new iPhone XS has a 2,658 mAh battery which is surprisingly smaller than their last year’s iPhone X which had a 2,716 mAh battery. However, due to Apple’s optimisations, the company has claimed the iPhone XS lasts 30 minutes longer than the iPhone X, so consumers should not have a lot to worry about.
Although, the iPhone XS Max, on the other hand, has the most substantial battery of any iPhone ever made (since its the most extensive iPhone ever) at 3,174 mAh. That is considerably larger than the iPhones X and the iPhone XS. No wonder Apple claims the iPhone XS will last up to 90 minutes longer than the iPhone X.
The iPhone XR comes with a battery capacity of 2,942 mAh, which is also larger than both the iPhone X and the iPhone XS, but naturally smaller than the giant iPhone XS Max. However, Apple has said that the iPhone XS has the most extended battery life of any iPhone made so farm probably because of the lower resolution LCD.
The filings have also revealed the amount of RAM inside each of these newly launched smartphones. The listing mentions that the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max both have ‘4 GB of RAM’ while the iPhone XR has ‘3 GB of RAM’.
The TENAA filings have been correct in the past, so there is no reason to have a double mind about these numbers. Although, iFixit will be doing a breakdown of the new devices when they come out this Friday so that we will get a confirmation pretty soon.