Apple's upcoming iPhone 16 Pro Max is expected to feature a battery with higher energy density, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. This advancement can result in longer battery life using the same size or maintain current battery life with a smaller battery.

Kuo's recent supply chain survey indicates an increase in energy density (Wh/kg) for iPhone 16 Pro Max batteries. To solve potential overheating issues, Apple could introduce a stainless steel battery case as a thermal solution for the first time.

While previous rumors suggested stacked batteries for greater capacity and longevity, Kuo does not mention this technology in his report. Switching to stainless steel may not dissipate heat as effectively as aluminum, but it offers durability and corrosion resistance. This move also aligns with future European Union requirements for battery replacement.

Sunway is a key supplier of these stainless steel battery boxes. If all iPhones in the second half of 2025 adopt this design, Sunway's revenue and profits could increase significantly by 200-250%, according to Kuo.

If the mass production of this new battery design is successful, Kuo predicts its adoption in all iPhone 17 models next year. The iPhone 16 line is expected to launch in about four months, probably in mid-September.


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