Apple is Working on L-Shaped Battery to Improve Battery Life: Report

Apple is expected to make major update in iPhone in year 2018. Among other updates the best one is its improvement in performance of the battery. Apple is Working on L-Shaped Battery to Improve Battery Life: Report.

Latest report revealed that Apple is working on replacing the two cell design currently used in batteries. These two cell design will be replaced with an improved single cell design and further will be transformed in L-shape design.

Apple is Working on L-Shaped Battery to Improve Battery Life: Report

The report is released by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities. It is said that by integrating two cell structures into single L-shaped, more internal volume will be created to store energy.

This is not the first time that tech giant Apple is creating an irregular shape to maximize battery life. The new L-shaped battery will use a technique to provide more internal volume for battery cells by reducing the packing around the battery.

Ming-Chi report also revealed that new battery L-Shape will offer another 300mAh of life for Apple’s smartphones. However there is one problem: By increasing battery capacity, company will also have to make the iPhone thicker. However now a days consumers want to have thinner phones.

May be it will not matter, as many people wan to have better battery time instead of thin devices. Lats wait for next year to see the results of L-shaped battery performance.

Apple is also about to Launch 6.5″ iPhone X Plus & Low Priced 6.1″ iPhone SE2 in 2018. Apple will release its biggest iPhone with large 6.1 inch display. It is said to be the most cheapest iPhone of Apple ever. This news was leaked by Nikkei, the world’s largest financial newspaper.

Also Read: Apple to Launch 6.5″ iPhone X Plus & Low Priced 6.1″ iPhone SE2 in 2018

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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