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iPhone 11 will finally have an improved battery “big one”

Apple, unlike any other phone manufacturers in the world, does not offer any official data about the RAM memory or the battery of its devices. Therefore, we can only find out their capacity when these devices are disassembled.

It has been very known in the last years that Apple batteries are always one or two steps behind the competition, especially when speaking of battery capacity. But still, iPhone in general doesn’t come with little battery life time due to the combination of the smooth iOS and the smart processor that is very low in power consumption.

Now we’ve just learned that the iPhone which we are going  to see by the end of this year, will finally have a battery with huge capacity, which will translate into a great feature.

Apple will increase the capacity of its iPhone batteries

Once again,  the most popular analyst of the Apple as a company, Ming-Cho Kuo, has expected some of the features that will be released with the next iphone 2019, which should be known as iPhone 11 or XI. These new devices would have 5.8-inch, 6.1-inch and 6.5-inch screens and many other new features, including a more capable battery. In the case of the iPhone XS, it currently has a 2658mAh battery, while for example, the Samsung Galaxy S10 comes with a 3400mAh battery. The capacity difference is clearly in favour for Samsung S10.

According to the analyst, the battery of the new iPhone will increase by 25% this year, so it would exceed the 3000mAh. On the iPhone XS Max the battery capacity increase would be 15%, while for the iPhone XE, the increase will be only 5%. This means that at least the two most important Apple models in 2019, will have a significant increase in battery capacity.

The analyst also reconfirms that the new iPhone 11 will have the reversible charge features as in Galaxy S10 and Note 10, this means that the iphone can charge batteries of other devices wirelessly. This feature was first introduced in the Huawei Mate 20 Pro 2018.

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