First iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6 Teardowns Confirm 2915mAh and 1810mAh Batteries [VIDEO]

The iFixit team flew down to Australia from California again to be one of the first to teardown the iPhone 6 Plus at the MaxFixit Australia offices in North Melbourne.

The teardown has just started, so below are a few preliminary images, with one showing off the new larger battery, confirmed to be 2915 mAh (3.82 V and 11.1 Wh), which is almost double that of the iPhone 5s battery, which has a 1560 mAh capacity, but also larger than the 2800 mAh found in the Samsung Galaxy S5.

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Looks like that 2915 mAh battery rumour dating back to August was correct, while an earlier rumour from stating Sunwoda was taking on iPhone 6 battery production was also true.

You can follow along with the iFixit teardown by visiting here.

Meanwhile, over in Japan, which also had their iPhone 6 launch, Macotakara has taken apart an iPhone 6 and posted a full video of the procedure, seen below:

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Their teardown confirms a 3.82 V battery with 1810mAh capacity, similar to previous rumours as well.

Canada’s iPhone 6 launch is set to take place on Friday morning at 8AM local time.

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