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Apple iPhone 7 will Sport a Bigger Battery: Factory Leaks Reveal

As per some leaked pictures posted on Weibo, a Chinese social media site, which has been spotted by 9to5Mac, it can be said that the upcoming Apple iPhone 7 will have a little larger battery than the present generation of iPhone 6s.

As per the main source on the real post, it can be suspected that the iPhone 7 battery’s leaked images have come from the similar source from where the dual camera module of the iPhone 7 Plus Pro has been leaked.

Well, it is not that easy to say whether this bigger battery of iPhone 7 will provide a better battery life or not. The battery life should not be significantly affected considering the comparatively small increase in size.


However, it does not matter whether this leak is true or not as the iPhone 7 will still carry a smaller battery than the iPhone 6. The iPhone 7 will said to attribute certainly almost a lithium-ion 1715mAh battery. A capacity of 7.04 watt-hours is listed by the iPhone 7, which is almost similar to the iPhone 6.

iOS, iPhone Operating System plays a significant role in the power effectiveness as it can handle how much power is assigned to the components of iPhone while some tasks are being performed.

It is also said that the iPhone 7 will run on a new Apple chip, which will be possibly named as A10. No other information has been arrived on whether it will be more or less power effective than the A9 chip or not, yet it would be guessed by us that its effectiveness would be either similar or greater than the chip of last year.

There is no other good way of disproving or verifying these leaked pictures of this so-called battery of iPhone 7, yet in general no significant decrease or leap is expected by us. Basically, iPhones can stay over a day with mixed utilization and expectant users can freely feel to top up the charge of their battery all over the day without getting worried regarding over-utilization of the battery.

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