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Apple to Fix the iPhone’s Battery Life

According to a new rumour, Apple may begin employing smaller components in future iPhone, iPad, and MacBook products in order to make room for larger batteries, which would potentially allow for longer battery life. According to MacRumors, intends to enhance the use of IPD (integrated passive devices) processors in future hardware. These chips should be more powerful and smaller at the same time, allowing for larger batteries.

The report explains, is expected to significantly increase the adoption of IPD (integrated passive devices) for new iPhones and other iOS products, providing robust business opportunities for manufacturing partners TSMC and Amkor, according to industry sources.” While the storey makes no mention of the iPhone 13 or any other impending gadget, it does align with reports about Apple upcoming flagship’s battery life.

Those rumours, however, do not bode well for the iPhone 13’s battery life, implying only a minor boost at best. As a result of IPD integration, the phone may not be included in Apple component redesign. Instead, we may have to wait until 2022 for the iPhone 14 and other products released that year to see significant advancements.It’s no secret that devices, notably iPhones, have never had good enough battery life to be a major selling factor. In fact, several Android phones, like as the Samsung Galaxy S21 and the OnePlus Nord 2, lag behind phones in terms of battery life. While the iPhone 12 is an advance over its predecessors in this area, there is still a lot of space for development.

Apple battery issues, on the other hand, extend beyond phones and into the area of smartwatches. In terms of battery life, the Watch 6 also fell short. While the Watch 7 is expected to have a smaller processor and, as a result, a larger battery, we expect this to be a minor upgrade before  makes a big splash with IPD integration in the future years.

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