The iPhone 7 might be the first iPhone with decent battery life
An iPhone battery that lasts for a couple of days would be a dream! Let’s hope that this is the reason for the eliminated headphone jack.
Apple has already lowered expectations for the iPhone 7, using leaks to hint at only incremental changes. But according to one new rumor, Apple fans might finally be getting something they’ve wanted for years — a bigger battery.
According to generally reliable Twitter leaker OnLeaks, the iPhone 7 will be packing a 1960mAh battery. That’s a small but significant step up from the 1715mAh battery in the iPhone 6s, and could be enough to offer multi-day runtimes for some users.
It’s just one rumor from a “pretty reliable” source, so this isn’t a total lock. But it would make a lot of sense. There’s a good chance that the iPhone 7 will ship without a headphone jack, something that has annoyed a lot of people.
But removing the headphone jack actually saves a lot of space in the phone’s body, space which could easily go towards more battery. The jump from 1715mAh to 1960mAh is about a 15% increase,…
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