Feb 25, 2017 08:35 PM EST
Latest rumor of the Apple iPhone 8 is a bigger battery. The battery is said to be L-shaped giving longer battery life.
BGR reported that this might be the secret weapon which Apple has been reserving over the years from the previous models of the company's iPhones. It seems that Apple has come to tricked several changes for the iPhone 8, from edge-to-edge display, to OLED display panel and more.
And now, the latest among all the speculations is the L-shaped battery of the upcoming Apple iPhone 8 smartphone. Moreover, the bigger battery is said to give longer life on the phone.
According to MacRumors, Katy Huberty, a Morgan Stanley analyst, just like others, Stanley is waiting for a high-end iPhone with a significant form factor. Huberty also added that other rumors of improvement on the new iPhone 8 includes wireless charging, 3D sensors, as well as Artificial Intelligence software capabilities.
Meanwhile, Morgan Stanley is aiming for a raised in Apple stock price target of about $154. Another analyst who from time to time provide an update is KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Kuo had mentioned that iPhone 8 will have a stacked logic board design.
The new design that will be integrated to the upcoming iPhone model is said to provide a longer and bigger room for a 2,700 mAh L-shaped battery. This will mean that the iPhone 8 4.7-inch form factor will have a longer battery life likely similar to that of 5.5-inch model.
Put in mind, that the longer battery life will not be because of a different or new technology Apple will integrate to its iPhone 8 phone. But, the longer battery life is clearly because of the extended size of the battery making more room for electrical charges. And behind this L-shaped battery and longer life of the Apple iPhone 8 is the stacked logic board design.
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