Apple’s iPhone 7 is getting a battery upgrade, and that upgrade is likely to have a drastic effect on battery life.
The new iPhone 7 Plus will reportedly feature a slightly larger battery, while the iPhone 8 Plus will be a bit smaller, and it seems the iPhone X will have a smaller battery too.
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus are the two most popular iPhones, with the 7 Plus being more popular than the 8 Plus.
The iPhone 7 will likely feature a larger battery than the iPhone 7.
The larger battery means it will take longer to charge your phone than an 8 Plus, but it should last for a while longer than a 9 Plus.
The smaller battery is probably a good thing for Apple, as it means it has to make more compromises when it comes to battery life, especially when it’s all about making it as small as possible.
For example, the iPhone 6 Plus is only slightly larger than the 9 Plus and 10 Plus, so the iPhone will likely be more battery-hungry when it does finally get a bigger battery.
However, the bigger battery is likely a bad thing, as a smaller one can mean less battery life overall.
Apple is reportedly working on a larger iPhone with a larger Battery, which is also expected to have slightly smaller batteries.
The biggest reason to think the iPhone upgrade will have an impact on battery lifespan is that Apple has changed how it calculates the average battery life of a phone.
Previously, the average of the battery’s last charge was used to determine the battery life that would be expected over the life of the phone.
The change has now been made so that the battery can be used to calculate battery life for an iPhone.
This means that Apple is likely going to be making more compromises with the battery in the iPhone 9 Plus, which could mean that the iPhone’s battery life will be much worse in the 9.9-inch iPhone 9.
The 9 Plus is supposed to have the most powerful battery, so that battery will likely last for longer than the other phones.
The big question is how long.
Apple’s iPhone 9 and 9 Plus are expected to be announced at a future event, but we’re probably going to have to wait a bit longer to see whether the upgrade will make a difference in battery life on the iPhone.
Apple has also changed how they calculate the average lifespan of a battery, meaning that it is much harder to find out how long your phone’s battery will last if it’s not used.
If you’re wondering what it’s like to use an iPhone with battery life problems, this is a good time to check out our iPhone battery comparison tool.