Report: iPhone 6s Won’t See Any Battery Improvements
If there is one problem I have with the new iPhone 6, it’s the battery life. The phone’s battery life isn’t what many of us expected it to be and if a new report is to be believed, things won’t get better with iPhone 6s. Hopefully, the information will turn out to be false.
Anyways, judging by some leaked information by KGI Securities’ Ming-Chi Kuo, iPhone 6s doesn’t seem to have any improvements when it comes to battery life. Meaning an average user may end-up having 5 to 8 hours of battery life. Excessive users may have even less.
Some of the features Kuo leaked included a faster A9 processor with of 2GB of RAM. Also, a 12-megapixel camera is predicted to be integrated in the phone along with force touch support and an improved touch ID sensor. In addition, iPhone 6s will feature a new rose gold finish, says analyst.
Some previous Kuo reports regarding Apple have been correct and he usually goes into details regarding his information. However, him not mentioning anything related to its battery indicates that no improvements are made.
Still, we can’t say anything for sure as this isn’t an official source or official information. What Apple has planned for iPhone 6s remains to be seen and we should wait until the company itself shares more about it.
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