We all love Apple iPhones, however, in the recent years, the company has compromised on the battery to make the iPhones slimmer and sleeker. In reality, nobody wants to a sleeker smartphone, at least not by compromising the battery life.
It looks like the good days are ahead and the company is working on a new piece of hardware, which is likely to solve the battery issue (at least for some extent) on the next generation iPhones. The Cupertino tech giant is working on an in-house power management chips, which should increase the overall efficiency of the battery.
As the rumours regarding the next generation iPhones are already here, we can expect a bigger version of the new generation Apple iPhone X, called as Apple iPhone X Plus which is expected to feature a large screen with larger notch and to support it, a bigger battery on the backend.
An anonymous source has stated that this In-house power management chip will be the “most advanced chip in” in the smartphone market, offering a higher battery optimisation, compared to the already existing smartphones.
However, according to another report, these chips will not be available until 2019, so, we may not see anything on the next generation smartphones, and one has to wait for at least two years to see these chips in action.
As of now, Apple is depending on British semiconductor company Dialog Semiconductor for the power management chips for iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch. So, the in-house engineered chips will offer better performance over these chipsets. When it comes to manufacturing processor, the brand is likely giving the deal to its good old friend TSMC, which is based out in Taiwan.
Not only this, the company is also closely working with Intel to develop next-generation network modems for LTE as well as the upcoming 5G network. As more and more components on an iPhone or iPad are engineered from the Apple, the device will be much stable with an extraordinary performance from the overall device.