iPhone Battery mAh List – Check Capacity & Performance all Models

Despite having the most powerful iPhones in the market for over 3 months now, it is hard to say whether we’ve reached the level of peak smartphones yet or there’s still time for that tag to be presented to some iPhone model in the future. But it must be said that Apple made some remarkable changes to its flagship iPhone models and that the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max gives users the ultimate battery experience. This usually means that your iPhone will now last longer, charge faster, and drop battery slowly in comparison to its predecessors. If we’re talking in terms of iPhone battery mAh, then the iPhone 14 Pro 3200 mAh battery and the iPhone 14 Pro Max comes with a 4323 mAhbattery; which is awesome!

But the surprising bit comes with the iPhone 14 Plus, which starts at Rs. 89,900, and has a 4325 mAh battery; the biggest and best battery backup that we have seen in an iPhone so far barring the iPhone 13 Pro Max. Safe to say, Apple is fulfilling its promise of delivering reasonably priced iPhones with the best battery backup.

But that’s just the case of the latest generation of iPhones in the market. What’s the story as we go behind or go back to a few yesteryear models. Stay tuned as we provide you with the latest iPhone battery mAh list – all the top Apple iPhone battery mAh data that can help you decide what iPhone suits your needs the best if not for the latest iPhone 14 series.

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iPhone Battery Performance overview – Model Wise

Model mAh Voltage Standby Stress
iPhone 14 Pro Max 4323 3.85 >24 hours 4-5 hours
iPhone 14 Pro 3200 3.87 >24 hours 4-5 hours
iPhone 14 Plus 4325 3.85 >24 hours 4-5 hours
iPhone 14 3279 3.87 >24 hours 4-5 hours
iPhone 13 Pro Max 4352 3.85 >24 hours 4-5 hours
iPhone 13 Pro 3095 3.87 >24 hours 4-5 hours
iPhone 13 3227 3.87 >24 hours 4-5 hours
iPhone 13 Mini 2406 3.70 >24 hours 4-5 hours
iPhone 12 Pro Max 3687 3.83 >24 hours 4-5 hours
iPhone 12 Pro 2815 3.83 >24 hours 4-5 hours
iPhone 12 2815 3.83 >24 hours 4-5 hours
iPhone 12 Mini 2227 3.70 >24 hours 3 hours
iPhone 11 Pro Max 3969 3.79 >24 hours 4-5 hours
iPhone 11 Pro 3048 3.83 >24 hours 4-5 hours
iPhone 11 3110 3.83 >24 hours 4-5 hours
iPhone XS Max 3180 3.82 >24 hours 3-4 hours
iPhone XS 2640 3.81 >24 hours 3-4 hours
iPhone XR 2950 3.82 >24 hours 3-4 hours
iPhone X 3000 3.81 >24 hours 3-4 hours
iPhone 8 Plus 2961 3.82 >18 hours 3 hours
iPhone 8 1800 3.82 >18 hours 2-3 hours
iPhone SE 2 1821 3.82 >18 hours 2-3 hours
iPhone 7 Plus 2900 3.82 >18 hours 3 hours
iPhone 7 2220 3.82 >18 hours 2-3 hours
iPhone 6S Plus 3500 3.82 >18 hours 2-3 hours
iPhone 6S 1715 3.82 >18 hours 2-3 hours
iPhone 6 1810 3.82 >18 hours

2-3 hours

** Standby Performance is measured when the device is in ideal condition, display is not “always on” and location services are turned off. Stress performance is measured when device’s display is “always on” and video is played on any streaming app.

Key Takeaways – For Those Who Are In Awe With iPhones

With the above-mentioned list, you can deduce that the iPhone battery capabilities vary from model to model and year to year and there’s no clear indication from Apple suggesting that all their future iPhone models will boast a better battery life. This can be reflected by comparing the iPhone 7 battery mAh and the iPhone 8 battery mAh. Where the iPhone 7 was boasting 2220 mAh, the successor model didn’t exactly get a promotion in terms of battery.

Similarly, the iPhone XR was an upgrade for the iPhone X but in comparison, the iPhone XR battery mAh(2950 mAh) was reduced by a small margin in comparison to the iPhone X battery mAh (3000 mAh).

But if we see the iPhone 7 battery mAh (2220 mAh) in comparison to the iPhone 7 Plus battery mAh (2900 mAh) then one can deduce that the Plus and Pro models – because of the device’s size – can boast of a better and longer battery performance than the base iPhone models.

Then again, if we put to test two pro models (that are relatively new), the iPhone 11 Pro Max battery mAh (3969 mAh) easily puts to bed its competitor and successor in iPhone 12 Pro Max. The iPhone 12 Pro Max battery mAh (3687 mAh) finds no upgrade where other things do as we shift from iPhone 11 series to iPhone 12 series. In comparison, the iPhone 12 Mini battery mAh (2227 mAh) legitimises the problem of space and the lack of a large battery in the mini models.

Stand-Out Devices

Even though a lot of the previous-year Apple iPhone models are becoming obsolete and most will not have the power of 5G enabled, there are still some worthy devices out there if we’re talking plainly about their battery and camera performance.

These are some of the recommended iPhone models in terms of battery life:

Of course the Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Plus are the latest and the go-to options for people but if they’re thinking of shelling a few thousand bucks less, then the iPhone 13 Pro Max has the best battery life in comparison to all other iPhone models. It boasts a 4352 mAh battery, which is the best in the iPhones segment.

Apart from these, the following have a reasonable battery life in accordance with their current market price:

1. iPhone 6S Plus: even though a yesteryear iPhone, the 3500 mAh battery life was brilliant considering the phone was launched in 2015.

2. iPhone X: after a series of iPhones with an average battery life, iPhone X offered a 3000 mAh battery, which was quite a development.

3. iPhone 11 Pro & iPhone 11 Pro Max: the iPhone 11 series took a new turn for the betterment of the new-age iPhones as iPhone 11 Pro Max offered a staggering 3969 mAh battery, where the iPhone 11 Pro also came with an impressive 3048 mAh battery.

4. iPhone 12 Pro Max: as mentioned earlier, the Pro Max models are the biggest in terms of display and overall size and the iPhone 12 Pro Max battery mAh (3687 mAh) is still impressive and quite good for the device.

5. iPhone 13: despite being the base model, the iPhone 13 offers a 3227 mAh battery and that’s great considering the sleek and slim size of the iPhone 13.

These were some of the takeaways after comparing all the iPhone battery capacities and their respective mAh or milliampere per hour of energy charge. You can make sure you revise this basic info before purchasing a new iPhone or going for a refurbished one.

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