“Another day, another iPhone 7-related rumor or leak of some sort,” GSMArena reports. “This is becoming the norm as we’re approaching the September event where Apple will finally make its new handset official.”

“This time around, a ‘pretty reliable’ source apparently thinks the iPhone 7 will ship with a 1,960 mAh battery,” GSMArena reports. “That would be great news for lovers of good smartphone battery life, considering that its predecessor, the iPhone 6s, has a 1,715 mAh cell.”

“So we’re looking at an increase of over 14% in capacity if this turns out to be true,” GSMArena reports. “Let’s hope that it does, for battery life has been a pretty neglected aspect by Apple for the iPhone 6s.”

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MacDailyNews Take: FYI. iPhone 6 packed a 1810 mAh battery and most former iPhone 6 users can notice that their iPhone 6s battery isn’t as robust as their previous iPhone. We all have Apple Watches here, so iPhone battery life is no longer an issue for us.

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