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Friday, 8 December 2017

The iPhone of 2018, more battery and goodbye to wireless charging

Yes it's correct. The iPhone X takes just over a month and this is not the first article that talks about predictions of what is prepared for next year. But it is clear, the rumor does not come from anyone, but from the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, from KGI Securities.

One of the fiercest criticisms that has been given to Apple's flagship is its battery, actually double, with a capacity of 2716mAh. It seems that for the next year, there would be an L-shaped battery, developed by LG Chem and that would be a cell, more efficient and with 10 percent more capacity . That is, we would be talking between 2900 and 3000 mAh.

And is that the amount of mAh that the battery is able to give has always been the "Achilles heel" of the Californian company, which has greatly increased the functionality of the devices , but has left stagnant capacity of your battery.

In addition to the 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED iPhones that Apple reportedly plans for next year, there is also a 6.1-inch LCD model on the table. KGI says that this device will probably retain the rectangular design of the battery as a way to save on cost, although an increase in overall capacity is also expected.

KGI predicts that Apple will introduce three new iPhones next year: two 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED models, along with a 6.1-inch LCD model . Kuo also said that next year's devices will support 5G technology, or improved connectivity and there would be a Face ID biometric system on all their devices.

The 6.1-inch LCD model seeks to be a device that does not cost a kidney, and Apple would dispense with wireless charging , since it would give a metal back and eliminate the glass, as they do with the This year's models.

As usual, at the moment are reports and analysis of what may happen, the mystery will be resolved later.

Via | 9to5mac 

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