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A Smaller Battery Is Probably in Store for Apple’s Upcoming iPhone 16 Plus

Battery life has always been a major selling factor for Apple products. During the 2007 iPhone launch, co-founder Steve Jobs claimed the device has “tremendous power management.” That amounted to 16 hours of audio playback and 5 hours of surfing, watching videos, or having conversations at the time. He went on, “That’s dramatically better” than any rival product.

Perhaps the next iPhone 16 Plus won’t be able to continue that legacy.

When the $899 iPhone 16 Plus 6.7-inch model is released later this year, according to a fresh round of reports on social media, it will have a lower battery than the previous generation. It is anticipated that the Plus iPhone, which is marketed as a more affordable alternative to the Pro-model iPhones, which retail for $999, will have a battery that is 9% smaller than that of its predecessors. In contrast, a 6% increase in battery capacity is anticipated for the other iPhone 16 variants.

The latest information regarding the iPhone 16 Plus provides some understanding of how the model from this year might compare to the other devices in Apple’s lineup. According to some speculations, the iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Plus will have screens that use less energy. When you combine that with ongoing software updates and advancements in chip design, the iPhone 16 Plus’s real battery life might not have altered. Nonetheless, observers of the tech sector frequently regard these actions as a regression.

In addition to changing the battery and screen, Apple is also believed to be replacing the mute function on the iPhone 15 Pro with the popular action button.

Additionally, it is anticipated that Apple would enhance the artificial intelligence features included in its iPhones by releasing a number of software updates at its Worldwide Developers Conference in June. AI-powered improvements, such more effective photo editing or video stabilization, have also been a major selling point for Apple in the past when it comes to yearly iPhone upgrades.

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