Your iPhone 6 Charging Could Last a Week, Introducing Hydrogen-Powered Battery!
We have all wanted to shout in rage seeing how our smartphones, would ditch us when we most need them, my iPhone 6 does it like a religious obligation. So everyone of us wants a better solution, some way to make the batteries last longer.
Apparently, the guys at Intelligent Technologies were either really fed up or felt bad for the likes of me because they have made a Hydrogen powered battery that, they claim, will last for almost a week!
The battery uses a Hydrogen fuel cell in the prototype which has been made only for iPhone 6 yet. The technology being used by the batteries is patented by the company itself and creates energy by a combination of Hydrogen and Oxygen (yes, water is the waste product of the process but don’t worry the phone is not flooded).
It is being reported that the company is working very closely with Apple which hints that the new Hydrogen powered batteries might actually have a shot at coming to one of the next iPhones.
The chief executive officer of Intelligent Technology, Henri Winand, boasts that the technology is a major step forward toward innovation and that they are here to provide comfortability to the customers with the hydrogen powered batteries:
We have now managed to make a fuel cell so thin we can fit it to the existing chassis without alterations and retaining the rechargeable battery. This is a major step because if you are moving to a new technology you have to give people a path they are comfortable with.
So yeah, these little babies get refueled with Hydrogen using a disposable cartridge that will pump Hydrogen producing powder into the phone and last for a week.
Doesn’t your iPhone 6 need this tested on it?