Tomahawk, WI 07/09/2014 (Basicsmedia) – Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:APPL) is expected to develop a couple of big-screen iPhones by September. Larger the screen, greater the power consumption. However, reports suggest that the upcoming iPhones are deemed to have better features and larger battery capacities than the flagship iPhone 5S.
‘iPhone Air’ On The Cards!
In 2014, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:APPL) expects to launch two models, just as the company unveiled iPhone 5S in FY 2013. The two upcoming models are deemed to feature an exotic 4.7 inch or 5.5 inch displays, and might just be dubbed as the exotic ‘iPhone Air’.
It is believed that if the next-gen AAPL devices have larger batteries and display screen sizes, are expected to witness substantial power drain, suggested a Seior Analyst at Canalys, Tim Couling.
The Big Battery Benefit
A typical 4.7 inch iPhone display should possess 1800 to 1900 mAh of battery power range, whereas a typical 5.5 inch iPhone with battery power of 2,500 mAh is reported to be 60% more powerful.
However, Couling mentioned that the largest power draw is often a phone’s screen size, and with iPhone, high power draw is deemed to have a powerful impact upon the cell phone’s battery life. The iPhone 5S battery performs pretty well in providing 10-hours power supply – exquisite, considering its caliber – for mixed usage. The upcoming models expect to better their stances on the ‘battery issue’ to warrant larger battery life and luring customers listlessly.
Besides, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:APPL) expects to incorporate a myriad of other measures – software upgrades, device optimization, etc. to lure customers further more! On of the addendums, in this regard, is the inception of the latest iOS 8, that would make the interface experience cherishing.
AAPL Versus Samsung
Introduction of iPhones with large-screens would narrow the gap between AAPL and its competitors in the Android market sector. The largest competitor, Samsung, came up with scathing remarks on iPhone’s battery, dubbing them as mere ‘wall huggers’.
Certainly, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:APPL) has endured a few minor hiccups, but presumably the inception of larger batteries can boost its iPhone sales in numbers, luring a host of investors!