iPhone 8 will have a bigger battery
There is a new rumor about Apple’s new flagship phone which is expected to be unveiled in September. According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple plans to increase the battery capacity on the iPhone 8.
It is stated that Apple will use the stacked logic card, which runs all the speed of its work to give more space to the phone. With the size of the board shrinking, it is claimed that the iPhone 8 will have a higher capacity battery. Currently, the iPhone 7, which is sold on the market, has a 1,960 mAh capacity battery, while the iPhone 8 is said to be able to use a 2.700 mAh battery. If we take into account the fact that the iPhone 7 Plus gets 2,900 mAh of power, the iPhone 8 will offer almost the same usage as the iPhone 7 Plus in a much smaller size. 2-cell and L-shaped battery will be located in the phone, and thanks to this battery the phone will have both high capacity and faster charging. The rumor also adds that the size of the phone will be same as the iPhone 7 although it will have a bigger screen. The phone, which might have a 5.8 inch screen, will equip OLED panel instead of LCD panel. It is stated that the battery life will increase greatly in the OLED panel. Although the release date of iPhone 8 is not yet known, it is expected that the phone will be offered in October or November.