IPhone 7 Will Have Improved Battery Life

Posted: Feb 18 2016, 11:23am CST | by , Updated: Feb 20 2016, 10:57pm CST, in Rumors | Apple

 
iPhone 7 Will Have Improved Battery Life

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Apple Will announce iPhone 7 in September according to its yearly iPhone cycle.

Apple fans are eagerly waiting to see the next Big Thing. A new report has just stated that Wifi and Battery life will get better in the next iPhone.

As per ETNews, Apple will add EMI shielding to all of the iPhone’s major chips. At the moment, iPhone only has such shielding on PCB and connectors. For those who don’t know, EMI stands for Electromagnetic Interference. Shielding the device against it can have number of benefits.

The most significant benefit of the shielding is that it protects the smartphone from corroding internally. On the other hand, EMI shielding also improves WiFi capabilities and battery life. Shielding all the iPhone 7's major chips will lessen the chances of any interference. This implies that less power would be required to boost signals. This in turn would improve battery life and WiFi connectivity.

In the end, what’s dubious is that this extremely beneficial shielding will affect the price of iPhone 7 or not. However, we will have to wait till September to know the answer.

iPhone 7 is expected to come with a refreshed design and in two different sizes.

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