Consumer electronics giant Apple is set to announce a new smartphone battery this year, which could help to solve the long-running battery problem for iPhones.
According to the Financial Times, the iPhone maker is set for a battery upgrade in 2019.
This is due to the rapid development of the lithium ion battery in smartphones.
Apple is looking to increase battery capacity to meet increasing demands for more data and apps.
The company’s battery tech is also being used to create new types of mobile phones.
This means that batteries can now be upgraded at a cost that does not come close to the cost of replacing an existing iPhone.
The new battery will be called the iPhone 6S, which will be available to iPhone 6 and 6 Plus users in 2019, and will be the most powerful battery on the market.
This upgrade will come at a significant cost, as the iPhone battery is currently in its 30 year life cycle.
It is due for a major upgrade in 2020, and could bring the battery capacity of the iPhone to 100,000 mAh, which is enough for an average iPhone user.
It is worth noting that Apple is using a “slim-finned” battery, which means that the lithium-ion battery cells have been designed to work in a thinner fashion than the ones that are used in laptops.
This gives the iPhone a lower overall cost per kWh compared to its competitors.
As for Apple’s battery plans, the company has also revealed a new lithium-air battery which is meant to be used for iPhones with OLED screens.
This battery will offer up to 200 percent of the energy that the battery of an iPhone 7 Plus battery offers.
It will be produced in a factory in California, and Apple is expected to announce the batteries in the second half of 2019.