Maybe the author, or someone else could do a follow-up post? It seems that “high-capacity” batteries have proliferated, despite proof of false advertising. I even purchased a “high-capacity” battery off Amazon to repair my iPhone 6S Plus. The new battery seems like it holds a charge extremely well. I don’t remember the exact specs, approx. a 3500 mAh “high-capacity” battery vs. factory Apple battery ~2750-2850 mAh. Granted, I purchased my replacement battery before stumbling across this article & I really wonder whether any of the manufacturer’s are ACTUALLY providing accurate mAh ratings, currently. Some manufacturer’s are much more accurate with their product descriptions, build quality & capacity ratings. I just thought it would be a very interesting, and a very telling follow-up article to show whether or not manufacturer’s have changed any of their advertising practices since this original article. I challenge anyone out there to make this happen, and share with us their results, thanks!
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