The iPhone 8 is one of the most highly anticipated phones of this year. Now, everything you need to know about it and its battery is presented here.
There is no doubt that Apple’s iPhone 8 is one of the most anticipated phones of this year. However, its battery is still clouded in mystery. As of now, there are still no official details regarding what its battery will be.
Details About Its Battery
However, countless rumors and speculations are already circulating the web as to what the public should expect. Rumors have it that the iPhone 8 will be featuring a 2,700 mAH battery. If this proves to be true, then it would be closely similar to that of the 2,900 mAH battery of the iPhone 7 Plus.
Now, the main question that phone enthusiasts are asking Apple is how large of a battery will it have. There are a lot of rumors pointing to the possibility of Apple shrinking most of its components.
Reports have it that the reason behind this might be in order for it to give room for a larger battery. Ming Chi Kuo, a KGI Securities analyst thinks that Apple has just thought of an ingenious solution to turn the idea into reality.
More Efficient and Quicker Charging Speeds
The plan, according to the phone analyst, is that the iPhone 8 will be featuring a stacked logic board. He says that this will enable the iPhone 8 to have a smaller overall footprint, giving way to a larger room for its more powerful battery.
It has also been reported that the shrunk logic boards would make the iPhone 8 more energy efficient. If ever this proves to be true, then the iPhone 8 will have a better battery life, compared to its predecessor, the iPhone 7 Plus.
There are also reports that point out to the possibility of the iPhone 8 having two batteries. This will dramatically increase the battery life of the iPhone 8. And if ever the two battery feature will turn to reality, then most probably, it will have an L-shape positioning in the iPhone 8.
This would also make its charging speeds considerably faster. There are also rumors that claim that the iPhone 8 will also be capable of wireless charging. This will then compete effectively with Samsung’s new Galaxy S8. However, its wireless charging feature is contact based, which means that it still needs to touch on a platform.
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With all of these being said, the iPhone 8 would surely take the world by storm. Let’s just hope that it wouldn’t exhibit the same problems that Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 had. Whichever the case is, the iPhone 8 would surely mesmerize people.