iPhone 13 Pro disassembled, featuring 3095 mAh battery and Samsung-made RAM

iPhone 13 Pro disassembled, featuring 3095 mAh battery and Samsung-made RAM

iPhone 13 Pro disassembled – There is a video showing the Apple iPhone 13 Pro being disassembled. Mobile recently released comes with a battery capacity of 3,095 mAh. This capacity is much larger than the 2,815 mAh battery in its predecessor, the iPhone 12 Pro.

Apple states that the new iPhone models will last up to 1.5 hours longer than their predecessors on a single charge. The battery is L-shaped and manufactured by China-based Sunwoda Electronic Co.

The video by blogger WekiHome further reveals that the iPhone 13 Pro uses a Qualcomm X60 as its 5G modem. The device comes with a 120 Hz display provided by Samsung and a slightly smaller Taptic Engine compared to last year’s model. The RAM of the iPhone 13 Pro is also supplied by Samsung, while Japan’s Kioxia is present as a supplier of flash memory.

Reporting from Gizmochina (September 27), overall the components of the iPhone 13 Pro are not too different when compared to the iPhone 12 Pro, although there have been many adjustments.

On the other hand, people who are looking to buy the latest iPhone may be disappointed to learn that the Cupertino-based company has delayed its delivery until October. Currently, only the pre-order process.

Series phones Apple iPhone 13 include 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB storage options, with the Pro version having a storage variant of 1 TB for the first time. The bottom model is priced at USD 699, while the top model is priced at USD 1,599.

Source: WekiHome via Gizmochina


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