American devices maker Apple’s iPhone 16 series can be launched in the second half of this year. The company can use Graphene material to deal with the problem of overheating in iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max of this smartphone series.
The company had used titanium frame in the expensive models of iPhone 15 series, whose thermal conductivity is less than stainless steel. After this, with the iOS 17 update, the heating problem in these smartphones has reduced somewhat. As per PhoneArena report, Apple Apple plans to use graphene sheets instead of graphite pads in the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max. This material will make it easier to remove the heat coming out of the chip and reduce the temperature of the smartphone. More information about Apple’s new iPhone series can be known in the coming months.
Recently Apple iPhone A decline in sales has been predicted. The total revenue forecast given by the company is lower than Wall Street estimates. Apple may face a big blow due to the decline in business in China. There was a decline in the share price of the company after it expressed fear of decline in sales. Earlier, some analysts had said that the demand for Apple’s premium smartphones is being affected in many Asian countries because customers’ interest in foldable smartphones has increased. The company is facing tough competition from smartphone makers like Huawei in China. Apple Chief Tim Cook told Reuters in an interview, “China is a very competitive smartphone market.” He said that there has been some decline in iPhone sales after taking into account the currency exchange rate. The company had said that its sales in China in the December quarter were about $20.82 billion. Analysts had given an estimate of about $23.53 billion for this.
Recently, Ming-Chi Kuo, analyst at TF Securities International, said in a post on Medium that there may be a decline in shipments of the company’s iPhone 15 series and the upcoming iPhone 16 series launched last year. Demand for Apple’s smartphones is declining in China.