Questionable tipster leaks amazing battery life and other specs for iPhone 14 Pro, Pro Max

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Thanks to Twitter, almost anyone can be a tipster. Of course, without having a legit source, you’d end up making enough bad calls to lose everything you’ve accumulated. And that brings us to a tipster on Twitter who is gripped by iHacktu ileaks who claims to be an “Apple reporter.” The latter recently released a tweet detailing specs for the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

Alleged iPhone tipster iHacktu ileaks reveals some tasty iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max rumors

According to a tweet from iHacktu ileaks, Apple is targeting delivery of the two premium 2022 iPhone models with benchmark Antutu scores over 896,000 each, which would be nearly 60,000 Antutu points or 7% higher than the models’ benchmark scores. from last year. So iHacktu is calling for more powerful performance with this year’s iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

But that’s only half the story. What about the battery life? Typically the following year, after a major increase in iPhone battery life, Apple takes its foot off the pedal and lets things settle down before restarting battery capacity growth. For example, the iPhone XS Max had a 3300 mAh battery, which increased a whopping 20.3% to 3969 mAh for the iPhone 11 Pro Max.

Although the battery capacity of the iPhone 12 Pro Max dropped 7.1% the following year to 3687 mAh, battery life remained virtually stable thanks to the use of TSMC’s then-new 5nm process node used to power the Apple A14. Build a Bionic chipset. When comparing chips, a smaller process node usually means more transistors can be built into a chipset. And with more transistors embedded in a chip, the chip is more powerful and more energy-efficient.
Next year, Apple has re-inflated the battery capacity for the iPhone 13 Pro Max to 4352 mAh, an 18% increase. That increase made the iPhone 13 Pro Max the first iPhone with a battery with a capacity of more than 4000 mAh and gave the device one of the longest-lived smartphone batteries of 2021. Normally we would now expect Apple to take its foot off the battery capacity accelerator in 2022.

Instead, iHacktu is calling on ileaks for another massive hike, with the iPhone 14 Pro Max expected to get another two hours and 10 minutes of battery life. Our iPhone 13 Pro Max battery tests show that the battery lasts 25 hours while streaming video. According to the tipster, that figure would rise to 27 hours and 10 minutes with the iPhone 14 Pro Max. Other updates to the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are also expected to be “great,” including updates to the new rear camera array. The CPU performance boost in the A16 Bionic chipset is said to be 42%, with a 35% increase for the A16 Bionic’s GPU.

Note that only the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models will get the A16 Bionic chip, while the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max are expected to reuse the A15 Bionic that powered all 2021 iPhone 13 units. This is done to make up for the chip shortage and to differentiate between the cheaper non-Pro models and the more expensive Pro handsets. And with Fast Charge, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max can charge their battery to 50% in just 16 minutes.

The tipster does not have a good reputation according to Jon Prosser

But before you get excited, Jon Prosser, the guy who brought iHacktu ileaks to our attention, didn’t have such great things to say about the tipster stating that it’s become apparent that the ileaks account was held together by “Elmer’s glue and chewed gum.” So should we just ignore these specs? Not so fast. As Prosser points out, iHacktu ileaks’ tweet mentioning the benchmark’s specs was shared by tipster Shrimp Apple Pro, which has a solid reputation.

If the battery specs are correct, we can expect another huge jump in battery life for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Once considered wall huggers by Samsung, iPhone users no longer need to stake out a position along an airport wall or in the bathroom of a mall to claim an outlet. As usually happens with Apple and Samsung, Samsung makes fun of Apple (like when Apple dropped the iPhone’s 3.5mm headphone jack, or when Apple stopped shipping the iPhone with a power adapter.

Ultimately, Samsung laughs at Apple for making such moves before copying Apple anyway.

Keep in mind that this tipster doesn’t have the kind of solid track record you’d want to hang your cap on, but nothing to fear. With about three months to go until the iPhone 14 models are unveiled, there’s still plenty of time to pass on more specs (and from more legitimate sources).

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