The new iPhone, which will be released in 2020, will receive a special battery protection module, which is almost 50% smaller and thinner than the schemes for protecting the battery in previous iPhones. This is with reference to informed sources reports the Korean portal The Elec.
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The new smaller module will free up space inside the iPhone 12. The free space, according to insiders, Apple uses to install a larger battery. However, how much the battery capacity will increase and, accordingly, the battery life of the new iPhone is not specified.
Sources say that the Korean company ITM Semiconductor will supply battery protection modules for the iPhone 12. The new circuit will help to avoid overcharging and overcharging the battery. By the way, ITM Semiconductor will also release new battery protection modules for the Samsung Galaxy S11, which is expected to be announced early next year.
By the way, the iPhone 11 Pro Max introduced this fall has the longest battery life of any iPhone ever released. He is able to work without recharging for five hours longer than last year's iPhone XS Max.