iPhone 14 Pro Models To Feature Bigger Batteries, Apple Focusing On eSIM Technology

Before the unveiling of the iPhone 14, here are a few additional details. In his Power On newsletter, Mark Gurman of Bloomberg claims that the iPhone 14 Pro variants will have larger batteries. Apple would be increasing the battery size while enhancing processing performance for the second consecutive year. Additionally, it appears that the business is prioritising eSIM technology out of the gate rather than traditional SIM cards.

It has already been claimed by 9to5Mac that the iPhone 14 series will feature larger batteries. ShrimpApplePro, a Twitter user who has a history of uncovering fresh Apple product rumours on Chinese social media, shared a post in June that appeared to confirm the capacity of the battery in the next normal and pro iPhone models.

In contrast to the iPhone 13, which has a 3,227 mAh battery, the standard iPhone 14 may have a 3,279 mAh battery. Compared to the iPhone 13 Pro’s 3,095 mAh battery, the 14 Pro might use a 3,200 mAh battery. However, compared to the 13 Pro Max’s 4,352 mAh battery, the 14 Pro Max’s 4,323 mAh battery would be a little bit smaller.

iPhone 14 Features Roundup

Gurman summarised what he believes Apple will unveil with these new iPhones because this is his final newsletter before the event. He said that the only modifications coming to the standard iPhone models are “some camera hardware adjustments.” He concentrated on the iPhone 14 Pro models and predicted the following features for the devices::

Front camera will bear autofocus;

Better sensors for facial-recognition;

New wide-angle system of 48MP;

Enhancements to video recording and low light photography;

The A16 chip.