The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro are yet to go on sale but the handsets have already gone through teardown process revealing their internals.
The iPhone 11 Pro Max teardown comes from a Vietnamese YouTuber which confirms that it comes with a single L-shaped battery with a capacity of 3969mAh.
Apple has also published a production information sheet (Via MacRumors) which confirms that the entire iPhone 11 series comes with a single L-shaped battery.
The batteries are not only bigger but also thicker to make space for the increase in capacity. The added thickness and capacity also makes the batteries heavier than their iPhone XS counterpart. While the iPhone XS Max Max battery weighed in at 50gms while that of the iPhone 11 Pro Max weighs 65gms. Similarly, the iPhone XS battery weighs 41gms while the iPhone 11 Pro’s 3046mAh battery weighs 48gms.
Apple used multi-cell L-shaped batteries with rounded corners inside the iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR, while the smaller iPhone XS made use of a single-cell battery.
A TENAA listing has already confirmed the battery capacities and the amount of RAM inside the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Pro series.
The teardown also shows that the new iPhones feature a more compact rectangular motherboard which has freed up internal space thereby allowing Apple to use bigger batteries inside them.
The teardown is not as detailed as the ones from iFixit which should go live later this week once the new iPhones hit the retail stores.