Apple Mistakenly Leaks a Major iPhone iOS 13 Upgrade

Alonzo Simpson
June 14, 2019

The new move might also be the reason because when it comes to draining of the battery, Apple iPhone is at the top. (In this article, we will refer to the device as iPhone XR 2 for clarity sake.) However, leaked info surfaced on the Internet revealing several details on the potential design and battery of the upcoming device.

Well-connected industry analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted the next generation iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR would see their battery capacities increase by 20 to 25%, 10 to 15%, and up to 5% respectively. According to Korean tech blog The Elec, sources with knowledge of the matter say that China's Ameperx Technology Limited (ATL) has already begun mass production of the battery for the successor to the iPhone XR (which we've been referring to as the iPhone 11R).

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The XR already includes the longest battery life of any iPhone, ahead of the more expensive iPhone XS and XS Max, but it now appears 2019's model will see battery life further increase. This was followed by the much expensive OLED models launched in September past year. In case you did not know, the iPhone XS Max and the iPhone XS feature two batteries integrated into an L-shaped unit. For what's worth, this is the same company that was given the contract to make batteries for the Galaxy Note 7 after Samsung SDI's own battery started exploding. This means the iPhone XR successor will be given the distinction of having the largest battery capacity of any iPhone powered by a single-cell battery. You get faster data Transfer Rates, better Power Delivery and much much more.

The front of the smartphone is likely to feature a wide notch to house the Face ID module and have the same 6.1-inch LCD display.

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