IPhone 7 Might Have 1,960 MAh Battery, 14% Bigger Than IPhone 6s

By 03:08 Wed, 04 Aug 2021 Comments

Another day, another iPhone 7-related rumor or leak of some sort. This is becoming the norm as we're approaching the September event where Apple will finally create its recent handset official.

This time around, a "pretty reliable" source apparently thinks the iPhone 7 will ship with a 1,960 mAh battery. That would be remarkable news for lovers of fine smartphone battery life, considering that its predecessor, the iPhone 6s, has a 1,715 mAh cell.

So we're looking at an increase of over 14% in power if this turns out to be true. There's one thing to haged in mind here, though: OnLeaks, the leakster publishing this rumor, says the source behind the info hasn't been 100% accurate before - just "almost". So this obviously may not pan out.

But let's hope that it does, for battery life has been a pretty neglected aspect by Apple for the iPhone 6s. Now the 14% bigger battery power won't necessarily turn into 14% better battery life for the average iPhone user, but it's still fine to have. And if Apple does go this route, we assume it will create the iPhone 7 Plus battery bigger than the one in the 6s Plus too, but it's unclear by how much.



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