iPhone 12 series batteries pass multiple certifications, 20W charger also spotted

iPhone 12 series batteries pass multiple certifications, 20W charger also spotted

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Several new certifications have revealed the alleged batteries for the upcoming iPhone 12 series. These come complete with details on their capacities which can help us make an estimated guess at the corresponding iPhone 12 models that will use them.

iPhone 12 series batteries pass multiple certifications, 20W charger also spottediPhone 12 series batteries pass multiple certifications, 20W charger also spotted

The three batteries come with the A2471, A2431, and A2466 model numbers and were spotted on China’s 3C agency as well as Safety Korea and UL Demko.


KTL certifications
KTL certifications
KTL certifications

UL Demko certifications

A2471 comes with a 2,227mAh capacity and is expected to power the entry-level 5.4-inch iPhone 12. Next up is A2431 which packs a slightly larger 2,775mAh charge and should be used for the iPhone 12 Max as well as the iPhone 12 Pro, both of which are rumored to sport a 6.1-inch displays.


Apple A2471 and A2466 batteries images (Safety Korea)
Apple A2471 and A2466 batteries images (Safety Korea)

Apple A2471 and A2466 batteries images (Safety Korea)

The third battery on the list – A2466 comes with a capacity of 3,687mAh and will likely be used on the 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max. A quick comparison to the iPhone 11 series reveals the new batteries feature lower capacities than their predecessors.

In addition to the battery certifications, a new 20W charger was also spotted on China’s 3C. A recent report from Ming-Chi Kuo brought rumors that Apple might not ship an actual charger (or earpods) with the iPhone 12 series so this might be an optional accessory.


Apple 20W charger certification (3C)

Apple 20W charger certification (3C)

It bears the A2244 model number and will be the fastest charging brick in Apple’s mobile ecosystem as the company currently boasts 18W chargers only with its 11 Pro models. The listing also confirms the charging brick will have a USB-C port.

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