iPhone 7 likely to make use of fast charge technology
When we first started to hear about the new generation of iPhones to be launched soon and all we heard were about the color changes and a few alterations to the innards, we already wrote it off of our minds as a boring device in the iPhone lineup. However, new rumors were soon to strongly suggest a dual camera setup on the back, a non-physical home button with haptic feedback, improved antenna and headphone jack and even a possible LED flash beside the selfie camera and with these, we are getting excited already.
Now and again, we have a new brand of rumor as regards this device which could make things interesting, especially for competition. According to leaks, there is the possibility of the upcoming iPhone lineup to make use of the fast charge technology that is fast littering the innards of other smartphones on the market now.
The leak, coming via a trusted twitter handle @the_malignant, goes on to further state that the power output of the device would be put at 5 volts and 2 amps.
This new move, should it be true, would create some kind of competition for Android counterparts who have already integrated the feature of getting your phone up to a reasonable reserve just in a matter of minutes.
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