The iPhone 6s has been announced but Apple failed to confirm exactly how much power it will provide before you'll need to hunt for a power outlet. Luckily, the official reveal video has possibly shed some light on just how much juice the new iPhone from Apple will be able to hold. If everything is accurate, we're looking at just 1,715 mAh.
It's not a massive downgrade from the iPhone 6, which has only 1,810 mAh, but to some it may still be a step in the wrong direction. There's nothing worse than your smartphone dying on you, which is why many crave for increased optimization and battery capacity. See the video below, the battery reveal is at the 2:48 mark (via PhoneArena).
The company has stated that the iPhone 6s will last through 14 hours of talk time or 10 hours browsing over LTE, while the iPhone 6s Plus will hit 24 hours of talk time and 12 hours of browsing. If 1,715 mAh is the confirmed capacity of the battery, would that put you off the iPhone 6s?