According to Macrumors, two of the new iPhone models have batteries with a higher capacity than their predecessors, which hopefully means slightly longer battery life.
The iPhone 14 is said to have a battery with a capacity of 3,279 mAh, which can be compared to 3,227 mAh for the iPhone 13.
The iPhone 14 Pro, on the other hand, gets a battery of 3,200 milliampere hours, which is an increase from 3,095 milliampere hours in the iPhone 13 Pro.
However, the iPhone 14 Pro Max actually has a slightly worse battery than the iPhone 13 Pro Max. The reduction is from 4,352 to 4,323 milliamp hours.
Finally, there is a battery of 4,325 milliampere hours in the iPhone 14 Plus, a model that has no direct predecessor.
In this context, it can be mentioned that it is now also clear that all four models of the iPhone 14 have 6 gigabytes of working memory.