Apple has just updated its iPhone 7 series with a new battery design that includes a retractable battery pack and a new power cord.
The new battery offers more power and battery life than the previous model, the iPhone 7, according to AppleInsider, but it’s still far behind the iPhone 6S, which had a similar battery design.
The biggest selling point is the new retractable, battery-friendly battery pack, which Apple says will last up to 30 days on a single charge.
That’s a huge improvement over the previous generation’s battery, which could only survive up to a week.
The company also says the new battery is more energy dense than the one it used for the iPhone 5S and 5C, which means it can be used in larger handsets.
The new batteries can also be used for longer charging times, which is nice since the battery can only last so long on a charging pad.
The iPad Pro also uses the new design, and Apple says it can deliver better battery life when charging.
The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus come with a larger battery, but you can use the new model for up to an hour longer, which allows you to recharge it with just a standard USB-C port.
The updated batteries have a capacity of 3,600mAh and a maximum charge time of 15 hours.
The iPhone 7s Plus can reach up to 18 hours, and the iPhone XS Max can get to 28 hours.
Apple says that you can recharge your battery in under an hour, which makes the new models a good option for those who want to charge their iPhone more frequently.
Apple says that the new batteries are the “most energy dense” available in the industry.
It has also added new features to the new iPhones to help make it even more efficient.
For example, Apple has introduced an automatic mode that uses ambient light to keep the battery power level within a reasonable range.
The company also tweaked the app settings to increase the amount of screen-on time, so that users can choose when to see notifications and how long they can read them.