For the second time in recent weeks, images have leaked purportedly showing a battery for Apple’s next handset. This new batch seems to confirm that Apple’s 5.5-inch “iPhone 6″ will have a battery capacity of 2,915 mAh. The latest images were first posted by NWE.
The battery in these photos show a manufacturing date of March 2014, and appears to be a prototype. The images look identical to the ones leaked in August by Chinese website Apple Daily.
The 4-inch iPhone 5s features a 1,560 mAh battery. The rumored 4.7-inch iPhone is expected to include a 2,100 mAh battery.
Even at 2,915 mAh, the battery on the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 would be dwarfed by those found on competing phones, including the Samsung Galaxy S5 (2,800 mAh) and LG G3 (3,000 mAh). It would best the one found on the HTC One M8 (2,600 mAh).
Apple will unveil next-generation iPhones on Tuesday, Sept. 9.
For the latest on the iPhone 6, see: New hands-on video showcases ‘iPhone 6′ assembled from leaked parts, British carrier O2 hits the funny bone with a newspaper ad teasing Apple’s ‘iPhone 6,’ and More reports suggest Apple’s ‘iPhone 6′ will hit the market on Friday, Sept. 19.