The 2020 iPhones May Have A Bigger Baterry.

The next-generation iPhones are reported to have a new custom battery protection module that is almost 50% smaller and thinner than the current battery protection module in the current iPhones.
A battery protection module is a piece of circuitry that helps to prevent over-charging and over-discharging.
Well, what does this mean? a smaller module means potentially more space for a slightly bigger battery.
This new battery protection module will be supplied by Korea’s ITM Semiconductor. The new module from ITM Semiconductor combines the protection circuit with a MOSFET and PCB, eliminating the need for a holder case.
The previous module was about 50mm long and 1.8 mm thick. The new modules will be 26 mm long and 1 mm thick. That’s about a 48 percent decrease in size. But how much increase in battery capacity will a 48 percent smaller module be able to provide? well just have to wait and find out.

Also, The Elec says that ITM Semiconductor has already supplied the new modules to Samsung for the Galaxy S11.
With an already great battery life from the previous iPhones, this smaller module can allow for an even bigger battery which will allow for an even longer battery life.
4 variants of the 2020  iPhones are expected to be released. One 5.4-inch model, two 6.1-inch models, and one 6.7-inch model. All four devices are expected to have OLED displays, 5G support, a new iPhone 4-like metal frame, up to 6GB of RAM, up to triple-lens rear cameras with 3D sensing, and more.