iPhone 7 Plus tipped to feature larger battery
Apple is reportedly going to include a larger battery in the yet-to-be-announced iPhone 7 Plus. It's also expected to come in a 256GB storage variant.
Those tempted by the larger iPhone variant, but are put off by the idea of having to charge their phone during the day may have fewer reservations about the yet-to-be-announced iPhone 7 Plus if the latest rumours are accurate.
According to a report from Chinese site MyDrivers, the iPhone 7 Plus will pack a 3100mAh battery. That’s 350mAh more than the battery in the iPhone 6S Plus.
The report also indicates that the iPhone 7 Plus will come in a 256GB inbuilt storage variant. This would let users embrace the handset’s ability to record 4K video and snap higher resolution images. There’s no word yet as to whether Apple will ditch the 16GB model just yet.
There’s an endless supply of speculation and rumours circulating at the moment. Recently, we’ve heard that Apple will scrap the 3.5mm headphone jack to reduce the thickness of future devices, that it’s considering replacing the Lightning connector with a USB Type-C port, and that it’s working technology like multi-touch 3D Touch, dual camera sensors, and an in-display fingerprint recognition technology.
All will be revealed in due time.