Apple’s cutting edge iPhone 7 Plus could get amazing changes in storage and battery life. By new reports, the current year’s iPhone 7 Plus will come with the greatest battery we’ve found in an iPhone to date, and up to 256GB of internal storage.
The claims originate from Chinese site MyDrivers, which refers to sources in Apple’s store network who say that the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be come in the same 4.7-and 5.5-inch sizes as existing models, however with huge updates in the engine.
One of those could be another 256GB storage alternative, which is double the measure of capacity you can right now get in an iPhone. It’s not clear whether Apple would offer this as an extra choice, or whether it would at long last take out the 16GB model and offer more storage in the least expensive iPhone.
Other changes to iPhone 7 could be the removal of its headphone jack, a water-resistant design, a faster A10 processor, and wireless charging.
The sources likewise say the iPhone 7 Plus will have a 3,100mAh battery, which is around 12.7 percent bigger than the battery in iPhone 6 Plus. This would give far superior battery life — which is now great with 6 Plus and 6s Plus — however, we shouldn’t get excessively happy just yet.
Late bits of gossip have asserted Apple’s next iPhones will be much more slender than those marked down today, which proposes there will be no space for bigger batteries. Obviously, those reports could well be wrong, however, we propose not taking the most recent claims too seriously.