According to reports, the battery capacity of the iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12 was certified by Brazilian telecommunications regulator Anatel. The new inspiration comes from the iPhone 12 launched on the global market. Documents from Anatel also indicate that the iPhone 12 Pro will be produced at Foxconn’s factories in Brazil and India (except China). Apple has used Foxconn’s divisions in these two countries to produce smartphones including the iPhone 11.

According to a report by Technoblog, Anatel has certified the country’s iPhone 12 mini with a 2227 mAh battery. Compared with the iPhone SE (2020) equipped with a 1,821mAh battery, the capacity is larger. The blog also reported that the iPhone 12 has been certified for a 2815mAh battery, which is smaller than the 3110mAh battery on the iPhone 11.

Apple usually does not disclose the battery capacity of its iPhone models. However, the official list on the Apple website shows that the iPhone 12 mini can provide up to 15 hours of video playback on a single charge. This is a few hours less than the 17 hours of video playback claimed by the iPhone 11. Nevertheless, the video playback time of iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro is the same 17 hours.

The battery capacity of the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max is still unknown. However, it may appear at some point when the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 are launched in the US and other initial markets on October 23.

The iPhone 12 Pro certification details from Anatel show that it will be produced at Foxconn factories in Brazil and India and its production centers in China. An August report in the British Business Daily stated that the iPhone 12 will be produced at Wistron in India in 2021.

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Apple started producing iPhone 11 in China in July. Cupertino also produces models including iPhone XR, iPhone 7, iPhone 6s and the original iPhone SE.


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