The back of the iPhone 15 Pro Max Mariana Saguias / TechTodo
iPhone 16 may have graphene cooling. The information comes from Kosutami’s profile on X (formerly Twitter), which is known for finding leaks about mobile products. According to the rumor that was raised on Thursday (16), the new system is tipped to be implemented by Apple in the next generation as a way to avoid the same heating problems presented by the recently launched iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, which exceeded 40 degrees in temperature. .
If this information is confirmed, it is assumed that graphene will replace the copper used in the current cooling system for Apple phones. According to the site 9to5MacThe new element to be used could provide “about four times the thermal conductivity” compared to the old element, in addition to being lighter.
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To help reduce internal heat, which has proven to be exaggerated in current models, Apple may also adopt a metal casing around the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max battery. As usual, the manufacturer has not commented on this speculation.
Using graphene as part of the material in the cooling system, as the site reminds us WCCFTechIt has already been implemented by Google on the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro mobile phones, however, the publication cannot determine whether this decision has actually improved the internal cooling of the devices.
For now, regarding the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, the solution offered by Apple is to update iOS. However, this is a temporary measure, and does not tend to solve the entire unusual heating problem, according to the site WCCFTech.
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