The so-called iPhone 8, will adopt a more higher-cost stacked logic board design to encourage battery life, by KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Kuo said the piled logic board, also known 'as a substrate-like PCB mainboard' will result in the 'iPhone 8', using an OLED display using similar measurements to a 4.7-inch iPhone, yet akin battery life to your 5.5-inch iPhone. He anticipates the device to have around a 2,700 mAh l shaped two-cell battery pack.
Mainboard area can only be paid off via piled SLP, which makes space to get extended usage period and battery an s battery material technology isn't very likely to see significant breakthroughs in another 3 5 years. Thanks to piled SLP, we expect the OLED iPhone to have similar dimensions to a 4.7" inchi Lcd iPhone and possess comparable battery capacity (armed with approximately 2,700 mAh L-shaped 2-cell battery pack) to a 5.5" inchi Lcd iPhone.
The battery life span of the OLED iPhone might be better than their 5.5" inchi LCD model as OLED panels are more energy efficient compared to their inchi LCD counter parts.
By contrast, the iPhone 7 includes a 1,960 mAh battery and also the 7 Plus comes with a 2,900 mAh battery powered.