Apple recently held its annual event where it announced its new releases. For reference, the iPhone 15 series will officially enter the market from September 22.
As mentioned in this article, the models don’t seem to be much different from last year, at least in terms of appearance, but there are some changes that matter “under the hood”, with Apple users getting the most fastest iPhone ever released thanks to a much more capable processor, but also significantly better cameras.
The Cupertino giant slightly increased the capacity of the batteries used by the iPhone 15 series smartphones, with all four models having slightly larger batteries than the iPhone 14 series.
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Officially, Apple has not yet announced the capacities of the batteries of the four smartphone models that make up the iPhone 15 series. However, they are becoming known now, after the new smartphones have been certified by the authorities.
Thus, all four models in the iPhone series have batteries with slightly increased capacities, as follows:
- iPhone 15 – 3,349 mAh, compared to 3,279 mAh in iPhone 14
- iPhone 15 Plus – 4,383 mAh, 4,325 mAh for iPhone 14 Plus
- iPhone 15 Pro – 3,274 mAh, up from 3,200 mAh in the iPhone 14 Pro
- iPhone 15 Pro Max – 4.422 mAh, de la 4.323 mAh la iPhone 14 Pro Max.
However, the increases in capacity are very small and probably won’t have a significant impact on the battery life of Apple’s new smartphones.
Apple has also added support for the Thread protocol for smart homes – a key part of the Matter standard – to its flagship smartphones. And it looks like Google might do the same for its Pixel phones.
The latest iPhones will be the first Thread-compatible smartphones, according to Apple. The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max (but not the iPhone 15) will support the open smart home protocol Thread to “open up future opportunities for Home app integrations,” the company announced during its iPhone 15 event in Cupertino.