iPhone is always been criticised for its low battery life. OnLeaks a popular leakester tweeted that Apple’s next flagship iPhone 7, which will be launched this fall will be equipping with more battery life.
He also stated that, in the next generation iPhone 7 will be having battery capacity of 1960 mAh, which is 15% more than the iPhone 6s. For comparison, Apple’s flagship current supplied to the battery is “only” 1715 mAh.
Increased capacity seems insignificant, but it is worth noting that the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will also be used by a new generation of processors Apple A10, which should be even more energy efficient due to the new technical process.
Rumors about the features of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus go for a long time. Informed sources say that the device will be protected against water and dust, get rid of the 3.5-mm jack for headphones and audio Mute switch.
— OnLeaks (@OnLeaks) 13 July 2016
Also in this list can be added the rumor that the iPhone 7 Plus get 256 GB of flash memory in the maximum configuration – it is twice more than it is now offering us 6s iPhone or iPhone 6s Plus. In the future mobile devices can receive from Apple 4, 8 or 16 GB of RAM.
It is also expected that the iPhone 7 will receive a dual camera, wireless charging, Smart Connector connector for accessories like the iPad Pro and an additional speaker, which takes place a 3.5 mm audio jack.