• The iPhone 7 is rumored to have a new component that will account for better power management and longer use.

The iPhone 7 is rumored to have a new component that will account for better power management and longer use. (Photo : Getty Images/Carl Court)

IPhone is on its way to solve battery drainage problem with a new double battery technology. MIT spin-off company has recently figured out how to double iPhone battery life without making any deviation to the product's thickness.

After satisfactory testing results, this new type battery is actually making its way to mass production, Bgr.com mentioned.

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This new battery technology developer, SolidEnergy Systems, has been successful in making an "anode-free" lithium metal battery which is twice as dense as lithium-ion battery with same degree of safety and longevity like lithium-ion battery, MIT NEWS reported.

CEO of SolidEnergy Systems along with inventor Qichao Hu added "With two-times the energy density, we can make a battery half the size, but that still lasts the same amount of time, as a lithium-ion battery, or we can make a battery the same size as a lithium-ion battery, but now it will last twice as long."

Being an iPhone admirer, anything that you have hated about the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s series has to be its fast draining battery performance along with an ugly protruding rear camera. The camera bump may not be cured very soon but the battery life of iPhone is surely to be improved in near future.

Check out this video on iPhone battery life:

Faded up with these two problems, some users are suggesting to fix both of them i.e. camera bump and battery life in a single shot even at the cost of heavier iPhones. Disappointing them Apple has confirmed not to launch any heavier version which means protruding camera will still bother the consumers in upcoming iPhone 7 models but this is good news.

The company demonstrated the first prototype of the new battery in October 2015 using battery of iPhone 6 as a comparison tool and got impressive result. The new battery being half the size of iPhone's battery managed to offer 2.0 amp hours which is tangibly higher than iPhone's 1.8 amp hour battery life.

In this new battery technology, an ultra-thin lithium metal foil is used as anode which has thickness of just 1/5th of traditional lithium metal anode. The company has decided to imply this new battery technology in drones this November, in smartphones and wearable in 2017 and finally in electric cars in 2018.