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Apple iPhone is always the undisputed leader in all mobile phone brands. However, iPhone X was released last year and there has been a slump in the global sales. Some people think that it’s the harbinger of Apple’s decline. But for iPhone fans, they still have much expectations on the upcoming iPhone 9.
It is said that three new iPhones will be unveiled at Apple's fall event in September, 2018, including the iPhone 9, the much-touted small screen flagship iPhoneSE2 and iPhone X. Shortly after the news broke, various types of espionage emerged.
Appearance: Full-Curved Screen
In terms of its appearance, iPhone 9 breaks through the constraints of previous the iPhone's appearance, and has removed the iPhone X's widely mocked “bangs” design, which extends further towards a full-screen phone. The iPhone 9 also has a 2.5-d curve on the border, packing a 16:9 all-glass body and a 6.1-inch OLED touch screen. It has a more aesthetic and beautiful glass exterior screen, making it the most popular full-curved screen design on the market today.
Configuration: A12 processor, Fingerprint Unlocking, 1300W Camera, & No Wireless Charging
iPhone 9 is powered by Apple's A12 processor, this means it has a smaller, more powerful chip. With the larger storage, iPhone 9 will be much smoother and less power-hungry than the previous iPhones.
When it comes to unlocking, iPhone 9 supports Face ID and unlocking the fingerprint under the screen without a physical Home button, so the larger iPhone 9's body size will be well controlled, probably the same size as iPhone 7 Plus.
Camera is an important factor in judging a phone's popularity. And iPhone 9 will have a front 13-megapixel camera, a rear 13-megapixel camera.
It's worth noticing that iPhone 9 has also compromised in some respects. For example, it packs an LCD screen and doesn’t support wireless charging. As we all know, the charging speed of the previous iPhones were not fast among all current phone brands, and it often takes more than two hours to recharge fully. Luckily Apple iPhone has also supported fast charging since iPhone 8 and iPhone X, as charging speed becomes an important consideration for mobile phone purchasers. As Apple doesn’t provide its official power bank for fast-charging iPhones, here we recommend Zendure A8PD for iPhone users.
Zendure A8PD: iPhone 9 Power Bank
Even if you have an iPhone7 or a previous iPhone in your hand which couldn’t achieve fast charging, A8 PD could provide a similar or even better charging experience than the official charger. You could get one and experience the faster charging speed on Amazon or Zendure.
Maximum 30W output: For Apple users who want to charge their phones faster, A8PD is a great way to achieve this. It provides maximum 30W output with PD USB-C, charging iPhone X, iPhone 8/ 8 Plus up to 50% in just 30 minutes. At the same time, thanks to the 30W power delivery input, you could recharge A8PD fully in just 3-4 hours with a 30W PD adapter.
High 26,800 mAh capacity: A8PD has the biggest battery among all the Zendure A-series portable chargers. 26,800 mAh may even be the top capacity in the whole market. With such a tremendous battery, you could charge your gadgets several times over.
For instance, A8PD is able to extend your iPhone X over 7 times, Nintendo Switch for 4 times and Galaxy S9 Plus over 5 times. As to larger devices such as MacBook, it could be charged by A8PD about twice.
- Light and small as a phone: Though it has a large capacity and is packed with several batteries, A8PD is really compact. We could see that it only weigh 1.06 pounds, as light as a small mobile phone. It’s portable, friendly enough and doesn’t take up too much space, so you could bring it anywhere you like easily and put it in your handbag or backpack.
After all, the configuration and appearance of the new iPhone 9 have attracted much attention and attained strong feelings. But what about the price? It’s said that iPhone 9 is predicted to be sold $900-$1,100. Will it scare off Apple fans again? Do you have more expectations for iPhone 9?0 comments