Nov 25, 2017 | Updated: 09:54 AM EDT

iPhone 8 Latest Update: 2,700 mAh L-Formed 2-Cell Battery Pack; Will Use A Substrate-Like PCB Mainboard; Body Measures 4.7 Inches

Feb 17, 2017 03:35 AM EST

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The iPhone 8 will reportedly use a bigger battery that will permit it to have longer battery life.What makes this much greater is that the up and coming Apple flagship smartphone will be nearly as little as the iPhone 7 which measures 4.7 inches yet will have a battery practically as large as the one utilized by the iPhone 7 Plus.

As per Apple Insider, the iPhone 8 or possibly the iPhone X will probably sport a 2,700 mAh L-formed 2-cell battery pack.The iPhone 7 utilizes a 1,960 mAh battery while the iPhone 7 Plus has a 2,900 mAh battery. Famous Apple investigator Ming-Chi Kuo clarified the augmented battery in the fairly small package is supposedly made possible by the fact that the parts inside the gadget are smaller than what its antecedents utilized.

The smaller segments mean there is more space to use a bigger battery in this way giving the new iPhone better battery life. BGR noticed that the iPhone 8 will utilize a substrate-like PCB mainboard or a stacked logic board design permitting such feat to be conceivable.

Kuo also said that there will probably be no major breakthrough with regards to battery innovation in the following 3 to 5 years. With the stacked logic board outline, however, Apple will have the capacity to put as much battery inside a gadget. Up until this point, at last yet, the stacked SLP might be used on the iPhone 8.


The battery life of the iPhone 8 will also be better a result of the use of an OLED display. Truly, Kuo predicts that the new Apple handset's battery life will be superior to anything that of a 5.5-inch mobile phone that has a customary LCD display. Every one of these details in addition to the rumor that, at last, presenting wireless charging will certainly make the iPhone 8 perform extraordinary when on the road.

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