For the iPhone 7? Or iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, and iPhone 6C…you never know. After all, just yesterday, we “saw” an iPhone 6C leak.
What we know for sure is that Apple is on an earnest and active hunt for battery specialists.
AppleInsider reported that they have spotted at least nine job listings “directly connected to battery technology”.
Now, this doesn’t automatically mean that we’re getting longer iPhone battery life, but who says we aren’t? According to the AppleInsider report, some of the job listings were geared toward iOS devices. “These include listings for a battery life software engineer, a power analytics engineer, and a software power systems engineer. The last of the three seeks a candidate ‘able to think of innovative solutions to improve battery life, while always delivering great end user experience’.”
I, for one, am not complaining. We all have that
first world problem issue of our iPhones running out of juice at the most inopportune of times. If Apple can find a way to make an iPhone last all day without the need to recharge, then we’ll all be winners!
Here’s a question for you: how long does the iPhone battery life have to be to make you happy?