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This article is based on an article from the Japanese edition of Engadget and was created using the translation tool Deepl.


If you're a heavy iPhone user, you're probably concerned about the battery and RAM capacity of the new product. But even in this generation, Apple has not officially revealed (as usual) the battery and RAM capacity of the iPhone 12 series.

However, information on the iPhone 12 Pro Max has been registered in the database of TENAA, China's official certification agency, which confirms that its battery capacity is 3687 mAh.

China's TENAA has made the device registration database available to the outside world, and the various specifications of the iPhone 11 series and iPhone SE (2020) were also found out by this TENAA information as a key factor.

The iPhone 12 Pro Max's 3687 mAh battery capacity is about 300 mAh less than the 3969 mAh of last year's iPhone 11 Pro Max. It's also in line with figures obtained from certification agency databases in South Korea and Denmark in July. While the iPhone 12 has been found to have less battery capacity than the iPhone 11 through actual disassembly, this generation of iPhones seems to have a reduced battery capacity overall.

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However, Apple's official technical specifications show that the iPhone 12 Pro Max and iPhone 11 Pro Max has exactly the same battery life, with both noting up to 20 hours of video playback and up to 80 hours of audio playback.

On the other hand, 6GB of RAM capacity has been confirmed following the files in the Xcode beta. This one seems to be a relief.

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For the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro, it was also reported that battery life will be about 20 percent less than 4G when using 5G. We'll see how long the iPhone 12 Pro Max, the successor to the "Longest Battery Life Ever in iPhone," can last on 5G when it goes on sale in November.

Source: TENAA

Via: MacRumors


This article is based on an article from the Japanese edition of Engadget and was created using the translation tool Deepl. The Japanese edition of Engadget does not guarantee the accuracy or reliability of this article.