With the iPhone 6S, Apple made a huge splash when it launched its first mass-market iPhone with the brand-new 6s+ handset, but the company had to contend with its own iPhone 6 battery woes for a couple of years.
Now, though, Apple is in a much better position to take advantage of its new 6s battery and the company has announced that it is finally introducing a new model of iPhone with an improved battery.
The new iPhone 6 has a 3,000mAh battery which is up from 2,500mAh for the previous model, making it the biggest upgrade in the iPhone lineup.
This new model will be sold in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB models, and the 32GB model will cost $149.99, while the 64GB model goes for $169.99.
Apple has also increased the screen resolution from 12 megapixels to 18 megapikes, adding to its existing 13 megapixel iPhone design.
The iPhone 6’s new battery will come in two flavours, one with a 2,800mAh battery and one with an 8,000 mAh battery.
The battery size of the new model is also bigger, at 2,700mAh, up from 1,500mAh.
The company is calling the new battery “the most powerful ever”, so this new model has a power rating of 2,000watts.
The previous iPhone 6 was rated at 1,700watts, and this new battery has a rating of 3,200watts when charged.
As well as having more power, the new iPhone has a redesigned camera and the battery is now a little thicker.
The iPhone 6 Plus has a new camera with a bigger 12MP sensor and a 5MP sensor.
The new battery also includes a faster processor with 1,200MHz faster clock speed.
Apple has also made the batteries for both new models waterproof, so you should be able to charge your iPhone from a water bottle.
The two models will be available from September.