An article by TechRadars editor and columnist Peter Dennison.
This article originally appeared on The Verge and has been republished here with permission.
The latest iPhone is coming to market this fall, and that means that Apple’s latest flagship smartphone has a battery that’s not only bigger than any iPhone, it also has an external storage space that’s bigger than the original iPhone’s.
Apple announced the new iPhones battery at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in June, and the company said that the battery will be a new capacity for the iPhone 7, and will be used for the phone’s internal battery and the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus.
Apple’s new battery is expected to last for up to 10 days of use, which means it’s probably going to be bigger than most people expect.
The new battery has been said to weigh just 3 grams, and there’s also a 9-millimeter internal battery, which is bigger than what the iPhone 5S has, and it’s also more powerful than the 9- and 5-megapixel cameras on the iPhone 4S and the 5C.
There’s no word yet on whether Apple’s new iPhone battery will support USB Type-C, which allows for charging of external devices via USB Type A, or USB Type C, which has been the most common way to charge iPhones.
The new iPhone 7 will be released in September and will reportedly be available in white, black, and gold, and Apple will offer the new battery for $599.
That’s about $70 more than the iPhone 8 Plus, and if you’re looking for the best iPhone battery for the money, then this new iPhone could be worth the investment.