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[* black] It turns out the rumors were true—battery capacity is down a bit, likely in order to make room for new features like the Taptic Engine and slightly thicker display.
[* icon_note] The Lithium-ion pack comes in at 3.8 V, 6.55 Whr, and 1715 mAh. It's a small but notable decrease from the [guide|29213|1810 mAh|stepid=69246|new_window=true] battery in last year's iPhone 6.
[* black] This iPhone's battery still has the same identity issues as last [guide|29213|year's|stepid=69246]. It seems to think it's from Apple South Asia (Thailand) Limited, Apple Japan, and is made in Changsu, China.
[* black] This iPhone's battery still has the same identity issues as last [guide|29213|year's|stepid=69246]. It seems to think it's from Apple South Asia (Thailand) Limited, Apple Japan, and is made in Changsu, China.
[* black] Nevertheless, Apple says battery life holds steady at up to 14 hours of 3G talk time and 10 days of standby—the same as in the iPhone 6. A lot of this is likely due to more efficient silicon, which we're eager to get a look at...