There’s a routine when you’re getting ready to go out for the night. That may involve putting on makeup, throwing your closet into complete disarray or listening to your favorite pump-up jam on repeat. But one thing is always constant in everybody’s routine: The phone charge — and you can’t leave home until you’ve reached 100 percent. If one new Apple rumor is to be believed, our nighttime routines are about to get a lot faster.
According to a new leak, the iPhone 7 is going to support a faster charge than ever before. This could be a move to compete with the Samsung Galaxy phones, which are able to get up to a 50 percent charge in 30 minutes. The iPhone 7’s super-fast charge will be possible thanks to a souped-up circuitry and new logic board, pictured above in the tweet. (Here’s our disclaimer: This is only a rumor and who knows whether or not this feature will come to life.)
A lightning-quick charge would be a welcome addition to the new features already rumored for the iPhone 7. Chief among those rumors are the absence of a headphone jack, a dual-lens camera and perhaps even underwater capabilities. We will have to wait until September to find out for sure!
What other features are you hoping the iPhone 7 will have? Let us know @BritandCo!