Nuevos Iphone para el 2018-02

The iPhone of 2018 will have more battery

The iPhone of 2018 will have more battery

Since the release of the iPhone X there have been many predictions that are being prepared for next year. This time the news comes from the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, from KGI Securities.

Nuevos Iphone tendrán más batería

One of the toughest criticisms that has been awarded to Apple’s flagship is its battery, actually double, with a capacity of 2716mAh. It is thought that next year there will be an L-shaped battery, developed by LG Chem, it would be a cell, more efficient and with 10 percent more capacity, that is, 2900 and 3000 mAh.

The “Achilles heel” of the Californian company is that the amount of mAh that the battery is capable of giving. It should be noted that it has greatly increased the functionalities of the terminals, but has left the capacity of its battery stagnant.

The Apple company, in addition to the 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED iPhones, plans to release a 6.1-inch LCD model for the next year. According to KGI news this terminal will probably retain the rectangular design of the battery as a way to save on the cost and an increase in overall capacity is expected.

KGI predicts that Apple will introduce three new iPhone for next year:

1 – a 5.8-inch OLED models

2 – a 6.5-inch OLED model

3 – a 6.1-inch LCD model.

Kuo also explained that next year’s terminals will support 5G technology, improved connectivity and there would be a Face ID biometric system on all of their smartphones.

Nuevos Iphone tendrán más batería

The 6.1-inch LCD model is intended to be a terminal that does not cost an awful lot and therefore Apple would dispense with wireless charging because it would give a metal back and remove the glass, as they do have the models of this year.

This is just rumors and analysis of what can happen, we will have to wait until next year to see what happens

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