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iPhones in 2018 is expected to have the bigger batteries: Report

2018 iPhone
iPhones in 2018 is expected to have the bigger batteries: Report 
One of the biggest talking points about the Apple iPhone is the battery capacity and backup time. While if you see the other Mobile OEM’s they focus on the battery capacity. Notably, the company typically doesn’t reveal the battery capacity at the time of new iPhone launch. However, a TENAA listing suggested that iPhone X packs a 2,716mAh battery, which is one of the largest found on any of Apple’s phone until now.

If you remember, iFixit teardown of Apple iPhone X revealed that Apple used L-shaped design to fit in two batteries in the phone, improving its battery life.

So why suddenly we are talking about this? Basically, in the recent reports, it has been said that Apple is going to use the bigger battery size on the iPhones.

Continuing the trend of this year Apple is expected to launch the tree devices in 2018. Two of which are said to sport an OLED display and one which will go with a traditional LCD panel. As per KGI Securities analysts Ming-Chi Kuo, devices are also expected to pack with bigger batteries.

Like the iPhone X, the two OLED iPhones next year will sport the L-shape battery design to fit a larger battery, while the third iPhone is set to feature the same rectangular battery with a bigger capacity.

Battery life on Apple’s phones has been one of the main criticism points, especially in comparison to rivals like Samsung and its Galaxy S or Note series, which sport a much bigger battery size. Looks like Apple is gearing up to solve this issue with its new iPhone models.

The upcoming phones are said to sport bezel-less display, just like the iPhone X, FaceID feature, and pre-5G technology. Except for the 6.1-inch LCD version, the 2018 iPhone models will have a glass back, and there won’t be a home button.

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