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One of the biggest problems with today’s smartphone’s and especially relating to Apple products is the battery life. Agree with this or not, Apple’s iPhone battery simply sucks. Being a heavy iPhone user I have to charge my iPhone more then twice every single day which doesn’t really make it a smartphone. Well we have got some leaked next generation iPhone 5 battery details and checking this specs show that iPhone 5 is going to be no different.
These leaked pictures of the iPhone 5 battery comes from the reliable 9to5mac which mention this to be of higher capacity than the current iPhone 4S. So lets have a look at the specifications of the iPhone 5 battery (if it turns out to be true) compared to current iPhone 4S:
A 1440 mAh of iPhone 5 compared to 1430 of iPhone 4S
3.8 voltage of iPhone 5 compared to 3.7 of iPhone 4S
5.45 watts-per-hour (wHr) of iPhone 5 compared to 5.3 (wHr) of iPhone 4S
Now most people out there are calling it a major improvement and “something to look forward to“. Although I agree that these are some improvements compared to the current iPhone 4S model but one thing most people are forgetting that the new iPhone 5 is going to pack a lot of power. Lets break it down to you.
iPhone 5 is going to have a larger 4 inch screen and is definitely going to be retina display that means it is going to have more pixels. More pixels mean more power required.
The next generation iPhone, the iPhone 5 is definitely going to have the power-sucking LTE (Long Term Evolution) which as you can guess if you are using a 4G iPad 3, its probably going to drain your battery.
iPhone 5′s battery is going to be more powerful than that of iPhone 4S but it’s not going to be enough as the next generation iPhone will have battery-killing features.
When it comes to using a product I would rather it be thick and bulky than slim with a crap battery.
What do you think?