Yesterday, sales of the iPhone 13 line officially started, and a video of the iPhone 13 Pro disassembly has already been published in China. The video shows which components are hidden inside the case and compares the details of the new model with the iPhone 12 Pro.
Traditionally, during the presentation, Apple did not name the battery capacity, only promised that the iPhone 13 Pro will work 1.5 hours longer than its predecessor. As it turned out, there is a 3095 mAh battery inside, which has an L-shape and is manufactured by Sunwoda Electronic Co. For comparison, the iPhone 12 Pro has a 2815mAh battery.
In general, the “filling” of the iPhone 13 Pro does not differ much from last year’s model. Perhaps worth noting is the smaller Taptic Engine, the updated Qualcomm X60 5G modem, and the 120Hz screen supplied by Samsung. By the way, the South Korean giant also supplies RAM, while the Japanese Kioxia is responsible for flash memory.