75% of Customers Want an iPhone With Better Battery Life [Survey]

75% of Customers Want an iPhone With Better Battery Life [Survey]

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In a recent survey of 1665 adults conducted by USA Today, respondents identified three new features they really wanted to see in Apple's next generation iPhones.

The survey found that 75% of customers wanted better battery life, 66% wanted shatter-proof glass, and 44% wanted expandable storage. When asked to choose just one feature, 38% chose battery life and 24% chose the shatter-proof screen.

Here's some of the other requested features. Notably, just 10% wanted Apple to get rid of the notch.

● Charge the phone to be able to listen on headphones simultaneously (39 percent) while 37 percent said to back the headphone jack.
● Ditch the Lightning port (29 percent) and replace it with a USB-C connector, which has become the new all-in-one port for charging phones, computers and some cameras.
● Improvement to the FaceID recognition system, which some critics say is spotty. (19 percent)
● A faster refresh rate for apps. (18 percent)
● Remove the notch from the top of the iPhone X screen: (10 percent)

Apple is expected to unveil three new iPhones at a special 'Gather round' event on September 12th. Please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates.

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D4xM4Nx - September 5, 2018 at 10:44pm
Of course they've always had battery problems, taking care of it on settings and responsible usage goes a long way... My iPhone X gets charged each 2-3 days excepting when I hammer it with them SSS class iOS games.
Jobijoba - September 5, 2018 at 9:55pm
My iPhone 10 goes for a bit more than 2 days. Mind you, I don’t play games with it, neither watch videos.
fastandloose - September 5, 2018 at 8:02pm
Apple has to lower the prices on all iPhones I’m still on my iPhone 5S
MakkiMenko - September 5, 2018 at 5:49pm
People need to learn how to use their phone. Before complaining about it.
curtixman - September 5, 2018 at 5:31pm
They’re wrong. They don’t actually want better battery life. They simply need to learn how to better use their iPhone to maximize it’s battery life.
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