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Apple leak revels two awesome features of iPhone 8

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Apple leak revels two awesome features of iPhone 8


As we all are aware, Apple is working very hard to make the 10th anniversary iPhone a game changer for them. If you see the competition apple is facing from the companies like Samsung and LG, some of the innovations are overdue now.





So what all is going to change with iPhone 8 is the biggest question. As per the information available now the new iPhone will have all new design, bigger battery and a super compact Smartphone.


KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, arguably the most reliable Apple tipster on the planet, is back again and this time he has revealed Apple is pulling out all the stops with the iPhone 8 Key among them are dramatically improved battery life and a superbly compact form factor.





A Monster Battery

Kuo says Apple will fit the iPhone 8 with a 2,700 mAh battery. This is almost 30% larger than the 1960 mAh battery in the iPhone 7 and Kuo says Apple will squeeze it in by using a “higher-cost stacked logic board design”. By stacking the board Apple almost halves the space it takes up thereby freeing up the space necessary for the bigger battery.

Of course the obvious point to make is rivals like the Galaxy S7 (3000 mAh) still have larger batteries, but iOS has always been able to get away with smaller batteries than Android. For example the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus has a 2900 mAh and it is one of the longest lasting smartphones on the market. But the iPhone 8 is purported to have only a circa 5-inch display and it will be OLED instead of LCD, which is more efficient.


Super Compact Smartphone

The second detail Kuo has released is, despite sporting a 5-inch display; the iPhone 8 will be no larger than a 4.7-inch iPhone 7. This will keep it usable with one hand, a standout out feature in an era increasingly dominated by monster phablets.

Apple will achieve this by dramatically cutting back both the top and bottom bezels around the screen - a trend also expected from LG and Samsung this year. It means Apple will have to remove the iconic home button and Touch ID will be integrated directly into the display.

While sounding futuristic, this technology was announced by LG back in May 2016 but Apple looks set to be the first to bring it to market. Especially after a recent patent spot shows the company has been working on it.






What these two features means
If we conclude both the leaks, we can say that these two features will drastically change the iPhone 8 or so called iPhone X (to represent the 10th edition iPhone).

Bigger battery option for iPhone 8 will be a game changer as the biggest problem every iPhone user face is the battery life of the device. While Compact design, will be best option for those who have the issue with bigger devices and will attract new customer.

All the information are only leaks so it should be taken with pinch of salt.


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