iPhone 7 Plus battery life could make Apple’s Smart Battery Case obsolete

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You might never need one of these again with the iPhone 7 Plus.
You might never need one of these again with the iPhone 7 Plus.
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The iPhone 6s Plus is already a monster phone. It boasts a 2,915mAh battery that can last up to two full days without recharging. But battery life could get even better with the iPhone 7 Plus. And storage space? It could double.

A new report from the often reliable Chinese site MyDrivers, citing sources in the Asian supply chain, says that the iPhone 7 Plus will improve over its predecessor in two key ways: storage and battery life.

Message from the supply chain, Apple will launch iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus two products this year, the same screen size is still 4.7 / 5.5 inches, but the configuration will be improved. The most important is, iPhone 7 Plus 256GB capacity will be exclusive, it would be in addition to the screen size and battery capacity, it is the biggest difference with the iPhone 7 lies. In addition, it is said iPhone 7 Plus battery capacity will reach 3100mAh, more than iPhone 6S Plus of 2750mAh.

Couple the improved battery life with Apple’s new A11 SoC, which will likely be even more efficient at delicately sipping power, and the iPhone 7 Plus could improve significantly on even the iPhone 6s Plus. And more storage is always a plus. I’d rather see Apple double or even quadruple the storage on the 16GB iPhone 7 than double it on the high-end, though. What about you?

Source: MyDrivers