Apple’s iPhone 7 Launching With 1960mAh Battery, Plus Model Upgraded to 2900mAh



According to a report released on Monday, the iPhone 7 will feature a 1960mAh battery, while the larger iPhone 7 Plus will come with a 2900mAh battery.

The speculations, which were published by Chinese certification agency TENAA (via, show that the new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus make significant improvements in battery life over their predecessors. Apple avoids marketing data on the batteries in its mobile devices, preferring instead to concentrate on how many hours a product should run under specific activities.


In contrast, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus feature 1715 and 2750 mAh batteries respectively. The longevity of the iPhone’s battery life has been one of the most regular user complaints.

At Apple’s press event last Wednesday, the company promised that its new iPhones have the “longest battery ever in an iPhone.”


  • Weman

    It’s gonna explode cuz iPhone uses Samsung’s battery HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA!

  • OliChabot

    Can’t stand the battery life of my 6S and really unpleased with it. Is there any word of iOS 10 being more battery efficient ? I hope so. I’m not getting the 7 though, first time in 3 years I am not switching to the newest…

  • Guest

    I have to charge my iPhone 6 3 times a day now. Absolutely horrible. Worse than my iPhone 4 after 4 years of use.

  • Nick

    iOS 10 should bring battery improvements and according to those running the beta, performance and battery life has gone up.

  • Nilay

    Unfortunately thats not the case for me atleast as I am using 6S and running iOS beta 10 since its launch and battery has been merely worst day by day. Right now while I am writing I am checking and it shows 33% lost with 1 hrs and 19min of usage and 2 hrs and 39 minutes of stand by.