An iPhone 7 Plus battery will typically last between two and three years, but a newer model could be running out of battery by 2020.
That’s according to a new report from research firm CNET.
The battery that runs the iPhone is called the “Cell Battery.”
This means that the battery that powers the phone is capable of supplying power for a period of time before it completely runs out.
It also means that Apple isn’t making any promises with respect to how long the phone will last.
Apple is aware of this, but is making no promises about how long it’ll last, either.
Instead, it’s promising to “stay at the forefront of batteries,” by adding features like wireless charging and faster charging to the iPhone.
In addition, Apple has promised to update the battery in a new model every two years.
So, a 10,000mAh battery could be available in 2020, but by 2021, it’ll be out of warranty.
While the report doesn’t explicitly state the exact battery capacity of the iPhone 7, it does state that the iPhone will “stay ahead of the pack.”