The iPhone is one of the most popular and iconic smartphones in the world, and that’s a fact. Let’s face it, when you think of a premium smartphone, which one comes to mind first? It’s most likely either the iPhone or a Samsung Galaxy model. And if you’re a fan of the iPhone in particular, then you already know that the iPhone 8 is in the making. Although we don’t have an official launch date on it yet, that’s just usual business for Apple, a company notorious for announcing big launches sometimes mere days ahead of the actual event.
The iPhone 8 will be the anniversary edition of the beloved Apple smartphone, and other alleged running names of it might be the iPhone X or the iPhone Anniversary Edition (very straightforward reference to this year being the ten year anniversary of the device). But we’re not here to talk about the iPhone 8, we’re here to talk about the iPhone 9. As ridiculous as it seems, rumors of the iPhone 9 are already cropping up, even though we don’t even know when the iPhone 8 will be launched.
Word on the street has it that Apple just contracted a new company to manufacture the iPhone’s battery, namely LG Chemical, a subdivision of the well-known South Korean tech company LG. And the new battery is supposed to be revolutionary, but just why exactly? Well, for one, its shape will be totally different from anything we’ve seen so far in this department. The new battery will be in the shape of the letter L. But the new model of battery isn’t innovative just because of its shape, but also because of the punch it packs.
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