iPhone 11 To Have Bigger Battery And Better Speakers
Apple has been hard at work for improving the user experience in regards to its ecosystem. The American company plans on achieving better standards through both its software and hardware-based tinkering. Soon the world might even get to see the rumoured Night mode camera feature along with a bigger more robust battery and better speakers on the iPhone 11 series.
The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max were seen in a video, which surfaced on the internet, that showcased both the smartphones. In the video, the iPhone 11 Max was claimed to sport a large 4,000mAh battery pack. This is a significant upgrade over last generation iPhone XS Max that was equipped with a 3,174mAh battery capacity. Apple’s iPhone XR currently holds the title for the longest lasting battery life in an Apple handset till date. Surprising to say the least, especially when the iPhone XS Max costs almost twice as much as the iPhone XR. The 2019 model of the aforementioned iPhone is also rumoured to ship with slightly larger battery capacity.
Apple first introduced stereo speakers in its flagship handsets back in 2016, with the iPhone 7. However, not a lot of changes have been made to the formula ever since. The tech giant is now reportedly improving the quality of the speakers in the latest iPhone 11 series flagship. The speaker module will apparently be smaller than the ones found in past iterations, probably to house the larger battery size. Regardless of the form factor, it will still be able to output crisper sounds from the new speakers according to the video.
The iPhone 11 series along with various software improvements with iOS 13 may also include a USB Type-C port for faster charging. This combines to make the newest iPhone a formidable opponent in the highly competitive smartphone industry. Apple is reportedly launching the iPhone 11 lineup in September which falls in line with the other competitive releases.