Upcoming Apple iPhone 7 Could Feature Fast Charging With at Least 5V/2A
Keeping in mind that the iPhone battery has never crossed the 2,000mAh mark, fast charging could be a great new feature in the upcoming Apple iPhone 7. Sources suggest that the upcoming Apple iPhone 7 will have this feature and that you will be able to charge your device faster. The Apple iPhone 7 is said to have a 1,960mAh battery, which is an upgrade as compared to previous models but it is still nothing compared to what flagship devices today come with.
Sources say that the fast charging will deliver 2 amps of current to the device that will charge faster but you will also need to be careful not to overcharge your device as it could cause the device to overheat. This could damage the product and decrease battery life. If Apple does go through with this feature then it is likely that there will be a special charger along with the box for you to fast charge your Apple iPhone 7.
Although the upcoming Apple iPhone 7 will house many new things from the inside this will be the first time that we see Fan-Out Wafer Level Packaging. Using this technology, a PCB will not be required and hence there will be space left inside the device. Space which can be used to introduce other improvements.
Apple could go with a larger battery there if they wanted to. It would not make the phone weigh as much as they think it would and being an Apple user I would not mind having a slightly heavier phone if it had a 2500mAh battery.
Fan-Out Wafer Level Packaging enables the device to be more efficient and you will see a decrease in charging time by 30%. Faster charging means you no longer need to be a wall hugger and you will be able to charge your device in no time at all and have juice in your Apple iPhone 7 when you need it most.