Apple’s long–awaited iPhone 8 will offer longer battery life, as the Californian tech giant looks to entice owners of older iPhones to upgrade.
That’s the word from Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty, who also backs up growing rumours that this year will see Apple bring to market improved versions of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, as well as a wholly redesigned iPhone 8.
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It’s the iPhone 8, she claims, that will feature an improved battery.
Poor battery life has long been a complaint among iPhone owners, especially those who bought last year’s iPhone 7.
Recent reports have suggested that Apple is changing the internal setup of the iPhone 8 to accommodate a larger power pack without making the handset any larger.
The rumoured AMOLED screen on the iPhone 8 should draw less power while being brighter than the current iPhone 7.
Apple is also said to be readying wireless charging for the iPhone 8, as well as an all–glass design and curved display.