One of the major problems that iPhone users face using the iPhone is that apple over the last few generations has been making use of smaller batteries than much of its competition. Now, Apple is Rumored to cram larger batteries into iPhones and they are starting with the iPhone 13. Rumor also stated that the iPhone 13 will have several design changes and efficiency improvements.
Apple Rumored to Cram Larger batteries into iPhones
Apple Rumored to Cram Larger batteries into iPhones came from the Apple Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who stated in a recent investor note that all the four versions of the iPhone 13 would come with much larger batteries. Kuo stated that the entire iPhone 13 series has been scheduled to launch in the second half of 2021 and would have larger battery capacities than the iPhone 12 series. What would enable the larger battery is a new space-saving design of many components that is inside smartphones.
As stated by Kuo, the downside of large batteries does not mean that the iPhone 13 models will weigh slightly more than that of the iPhone 12 models that they would replace. The component that has been reduced in other to enable larger batteries include a sim card slot integrated with the mainboard and a thinner front module thickness. The basic assumption is that larger batteries mean longer your iPhone would last.
Potential iPhone 13 Specs
In the iPhone 12 family, the batteries were reduced compared to that of the previous generation. However, the battery life remained the same based on the hardware inside the hardware was more efficient. The iPhone 13 is also expected to feature a much wider range of 5G across the range, and some of them have worried access to the 5G networks would reduce the battery life, so the larger batteries should improve the concerns.
Other rumors stated that the iPhone 13 pro and the iPhone Pro Max would utilize ProMotion displays with variable refresh rates that is up to 120 hertz. You can make use of those screens to lower the refresh rates and further improve the battery life when required. Apple Rumored to Cram Larger batteries into iPhones.