Apple has officially unveiled the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, which will feature a new design, a larger display and a higher power consumption than previous iPhones.
The company is aiming for a 50 percent lower energy consumption by using new batteries, which are designed to store more energy than standard lithium ion batteries.
The battery technology used in the new iPhones is much more efficient than that of previous models, and Apple says it can store 100 times more energy in a given amount of time.
“The new batteries also offer a new generation of high-performance materials, including ceramic, carbon, and titanium, that will offer even greater energy storage than previous models,” the company wrote in a blog post.
Apple also announced the Apple Watch Series 3, which it is calling the “most advanced smartwatch ever made.”
The watch is expected to launch later this year.
Apple is working on a second generation of the iPhone, which is rumored to include a larger screen, wireless charging and wireless charging support for new iPhones.
Apple’s Apple Watch is expected launch in late 2017, but the company has yet to unveil the watch, and has not confirmed a launch date.
Apple released a new version of iOS 9 on Wednesday, which includes an improved photo mode, improved camera features and a new emoji keyboard.