Apple seems to have not followed literal criteria as a tech tycoon.
Sunday, November 15, 2020, 10:34 GMT
For eg, the iPhone’s battery power, even though it has to lose some design capacity, Apple can still rely on “optimization” to make its battery life uncompromising.
However it has recently been announced that next year’s iPhone 13 series will use hardware for soft-board batteries, which can fit larger batteries.
The soft-board battery technology is to use versatile circuit boards in cell phones instead of ordinary printed circuit boards, according to Guo Taiming, which would help provide more room to fit bigger batteries inside the mobile phone. In fact, Apple has been using softboard technology on the iPhone since the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, but it is restricted to some LTE antennas.
Apple will purchase 40 percent to 50 percent of LCP softboards from a firm called Job Technology Kuo, according to sources. “We expect that the iPhone 13 will be the first iPhone model with battery softboard technology, which would help conserve internal space and lower prices.
The number of battery panels in the iPhone 13 series will decrease due to the decline in the number of vendors. This will benefit the long-term income of suppliers.” If Apple wishes to equip the iPhone 13 with a high refresh rate