Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7 may finally address an issue that iPhone users have been clamoring about for years – mediocre battery life. According to a new report from the Chinese-language website MyDrivers, Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus model may feature a 3100 mAh battery, a marked increase from the company’s iPhone 6s and 6s Plus models which come with 1715 mAh and 2750 mAh batteries, respectively.
On another front, the report adds that the iPhone 7 Plus may be available with a 256GB storage option. Notably, the report doesn’t address whether or not Apple’s lineup of next-gen iPhone models will still come with 16GB of base level storage. As it stands today, Apple’s flagship iPhone models are available in 16, 64, and 128GB storage capacities.
As for other iPhone 7 rumors we’ve seen emerge over the past few weeks, one rumor that sprang up more recently suggests that Apple’s next-gen iPhone may be waterproof.