Saturday, July 16, 2016

New Rumors About iPhone 7 Battery Specs

Apple always tries to improve its technologies when it comes to every new smartphone line up, so let's find out what iPhone 7 battery specs improvements we will meet this September. There were different rumors and leaks from different sources about the next Apple's smartphone features and characteristics. Multiple talks were spinning around the camera features of iPhones. Leak pictures indicated that the device will have larger camera hole. The larger camera sensor cut out suggests a bigger sensor that should greatly help in improving the picture performance of the next iPhone models. Other rumors suggested that the upcoming smartphone will come in black color with touch Home button.


What is interesting rumors also claimed that iPhone 7 wouldn't feature the new Smart Connector as it bigger friend iPhone 7 Plus. But the leaked images indicated that the larger phone will also come without mute switch. At this point it is not clear why Apple decided to remove it from the device.

And now fresh rumors suggest the iPhone 7 battery will be larger than iPhone 6s. It also states that the iPhone 7 battery capacity will be measured in at 1960mAh, which means it’s about 14 percent larger than the battery found in this year model. Specifically, the iPhone 6s features a 1715mAh battery, and, just to go even further back, the iPhone 6 had a battery measured in at 1810mAh.

As it stands right now, this isn’t the first time that we’ve heard a rumor about the iPhone 7 battery specs. Back in May there was a rumor that the next iPhone model would actually feature a 1735mAh battery, so lower than the recent rumor suggests. 

It is expected that the Cupertino-based company will launch The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus during its September media event, so it is only one month to wait before Apple officially announces its new devices.

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