The next-gen iPhone may have a longer battery life, if Apple’s deal goes through. The batter life eventually will diminish over time. The user would either have the option to replace the battery or upgrade if a newer model were available at the time.
The question is would an extended battery life keep iPhone users loyal to that iPhone model more so than if the battery were to lose its efficacy and the need to upgrade would present itself?
Originally posted on 9to5Mac:
According to a report from Nikkei Asian Review, Apple is currently negotiating with Japan’s Renesas Electronics over the possibility of acquiring a unit of the company that builds chips for smartphone displays used in the iPhone and other devices. The buy, according to Nikkei, could allow Apple to take advantage of the company’s engineering experience to “improve image sharpness and battery life” while bringing development of the components in-house:
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