iPhone 11R Will Reportedly Come With A Bigger Battery Capacity
Anita - Jun 12, 2019, 1:42 pm IST
The upcoming iPhone 11R is tipped to come with 5% percent bigger battery capacity which could offer better battery performance.
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Apple is said to launch the iPhone 11 series in September. The new iPhone 11R is tipped to come with a dual rear camera setup and A13 SoC. Currently, as per The Elec, a publication in South Korea, the upcoming phone will be backed with a 3,110 mAh cell, which is 5% larger than that of its predecessor iPhone XR launched last year. Additionally, rumour has it that the Ameperx Technology Limited of China has begun the battery pack’s mass production. The increase of 5% in the battery capacity could help the iPhone XR successor have better battery performance.
In addition, according to the report that cited insider sources, Huapu Technology could also involve in battery packaging. But the battery mass production for the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max has not kickstarted yet, which probably means that Apple has not finalized battery capacities. This time, Apple seems to exchange optimizing the software for improving battery capacities in order to enhance battery performance. Currently, there are not many details available about the phone, but the above-mentioned information. Therefore, let’s stay tuned for more news later.
According to the recent leaks, the new iPhone 11R will sport the same design as its predecessor, but the dual camera setup on the back. And while the iPhone 11S and 11S Max phones are said to come with a triple rear camera setup, the iPhone XR successor only has a vertically-placed dual camera module including a 12MP wide angle sensor and a 12MP telephoto sensor with 2x zoom at the top right corner. Additionally, the front is expected to have a wide notch for housing Face ID and keep the 6.1-inch LCD screen instead. The iPhone XR successor will measure 150.9x76.1x7.8mm and be powered by Apple’s A13 7nm SoC under the hood.