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[* black] Safely shucking the casing finally gives us a good look at the biggest battery of the day.
[* icon_note] Spoiler alert,alert: it's still tiny''tiny''.
[* black] This 3.81 V, 1.52 Wh lithium polymerlithium-polymer cell has roughly 16 times the power capacity of the ones we dug out of the AirPods' stems—meaning you should be able to top them up eight times between case charges.
[* icon_note] For the sake of scorekeeping, the battery in the Apple Pencil measuresweighs in at [guide|52955|0.329 Wh|stepid=116498|new_window=true], and the Series 2 Apple Watch sports a [guide|67385|1.03 Wh] cell, soWh|new_window=true] cell—so this is technically the ''biggest'' tiny battery we've recently encountered.
[* icon_note] Spoiler alert,alert: it's still tiny''tiny''.
[* black] This 3.81 V, 1.52 Wh lithium polymerlithium-polymer cell has roughly 16 times the power capacity of the ones we dug out of the AirPods' stems—meaning you should be able to top them up eight times between case charges.
[* icon_note] For the sake of scorekeeping, the battery in the Apple Pencil measuresweighs in at [guide|52955|0.329 Wh|stepid=116498|new_window=true], and the Series 2 Apple Watch sports a [guide|67385|1.03 Wh] cell, soWh|new_window=true] cell—so this is technically the ''biggest'' tiny battery we've recently encountered.