Information from a reliable tipster suggests that Apple’s upcoming iPhone 16 series may feature an advanced thermal management system. The move comes in response to heating issues experienced with the iPhone 15 lineup. The new iPhones may include materials with increased thermal conductivity, which would be better than Apple’s existing solution. In line with recent trends among Android smartphone makers, Apple is considering innovative measures like using vapor cooling chambers to effectively control the temperature. Additionally, there are indications that the iPhone 16 series may introduce a metal bracket to house the battery, which is aimed at improving cooling performance compared to the company’s existing models.
According to a post by tipster Kosutami (@KosutamiSan) on X (formerly known as Twitter), the Cupertino company is in the process of developing a thermal management system based on graphene, which will be available starting with the iPhone 16 series. Is. Unlike the current generation iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Plus, and iPhone 15 Pro Max, which use copper heat sinks to control temperatures during use, Apple’s upcoming iPhones will feature this advanced graphene-based thermal The solution is expected to be convenient.
According to insiders, the iPhone 16 is rumored to include not only graphene technology but also a metal bracket designed to house the device’s battery. These enhancements are expected to result in better heat dissipation for both the processor and battery.
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If Apple decides to use a different material to manage heat in the iPhone 16 series, it could help them deal with heat-related issues in the phone’s hardware. Earlier this year, Apple admitted that the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max had heating issues, but claimed it was due to software bugs and app optimization issues. They said they fixed these issues with the iOS 17.0.3 update released last month.
Be careful of believing these statements too quickly. Apple released the iPhone 15 just a few months ago, and there’s already talk about the iPhone 16. We’ll probably learn more about it in the next few months before it’s revealed in the second half of 2024.