It’s barely a week since the release of Apple’s sophisticated iPhone 8 handset that has already earned a lot of commendation.
However, some specification details of the handset that we saw on the internet sometime back, seems to have been overthrown by a newer information.
As it turns out, TENAA listings of the new iPhone 8 options claim that the handset will come with smaller batteries than their predecessors.
According to the listing, we the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus bearing 1821mAh and 2675mAh batteries respectively. Apparently, last year’s iPhone 7 came with a 1960mAh battery and the latter was backed by a 2900mAh battery.
That being said, the company has reportedly assured the public that the decrease in the battery will not impact the battery capacity.
Even before that, the company had previously mentioned that the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will come bearing the same battery life as last year’s versions.
This development comes as a result of Apple’s new concept A11 Bionic chip that the company claims sports enhanced power efficiency cores.
What’s more, the listing also showed the storage capacities of the new iPhone models. Going by the listing, the iPhone 8 offers 2GB of RAM, which was the same thing seen on the iPhone 7.
The iPhone 8 Plus, on the other hand, brings 3GB of RAM, exactly the same as last year’s Plus model. Moving on, Apple also brought glass backs to the new iPhone variants but it is still uncertain if it has any to do with the reduction in battery size.