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[* black] Finally, we've reached the iPhone 7's power source. What strange energies fuel this dark obelisk? Magic? The offal of a dying star?
[* black] Actually, it's a [http://www.cpsc.gov/en/Recalls/2016/Samsung-Recalls-Galaxy-Note7-Smartphones/|relatively benign|new_window=true] Lithium-ion battery. This 3.8 V, 7.45 Whr1960 mAh battery is rated for a capacity of 1960 mAh—a7.45 Wh—a notable increase from the 1715 mAh6.55 Wh battery in [guide|48170|last year's model|stepid=107877|new_window=true].
[* black] Actually, it's a [http://www.cpsc.gov/en/Recalls/2016/Samsung-Recalls-Galaxy-Note7-Smartphones/|relatively benign|new_window=true] Lithium-ion battery. This 3.8 V, 7.45 Whr1960 mAh battery is rated for a capacity of 1960 mAh—a7.45 Wh—a notable increase from the 1715 mAh6.55 Wh battery in [guide|48170|last year's model|stepid=107877|new_window=true].
[* black] Apple claims that this upgraded cell will provide up to 14 hours of 3G talk time, 14 hours of Wi-Fi internet browsing, and 10 days of standby.
[* icon_note] While the improved battery life is great, we're more excited about the fact that this battery keeps its replacement-friendly pull tabs—''and'' that it hasn't [http://ifixit.org/blog/8352/samsung-note7-battery-issues/?utm_content=buffer92c2a&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer|blown up] on us.